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DeafDigest Sports -January 31, 2018
barry@deafdigest.com; barry.strassler@gmail.com

Hot DeafSports News at:

— basketball scores

— girls’ basketball team scores 51 in 2nd half

— wrestling update

— a Gallaudet women’s road win over a winning team

— important Gallaudet men’s basketball road win

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Deaf Sports Collections update
— should be in hall of fame but isn’t
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-sports-collections/

DeafSports picture of the day
http://deafdigest.com/baseball-card-deaf-pitcher-dummy-taylor/

Basketball won/lost records (as of 01/31/18)
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

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Gallaudet women’s basketball
a Gallaudet women’s road win over a winning team

Neild’s 30 points and strong team rebounding leads GU in road win

ABINGTON, Pa. – Junior Hannah Neild (Litchfield, N.H.) scored 20 of her
game-high 30 points in the first half here Tuesday night as she helped
Gallaudet University defeat Penn St.-Abington, 79-65, in a North Eastern
Athletic Conference (NEAC) South Division game.

Neild scored 30 points for the third time this season and the third time
in the past six games. She completed the double-double, her eighth this
season and fifth straight, with 10 rebounds. Neild made a team-high three
steals and two blocks to go with two assists in the win.

Gallaudet (8-11, 6-5 NEAC) outscored Penn St.-Abington (10-8, 5-5 NEAC) by
13 points in the decisive fourth quarter, 27-14. The Bison held a 38-30
lead at the half before the Nittany Lions battled back and took a brief
lead in the third quarter.

Freshman guard Emelia Beldon (Frederick, Md.) scored 15 points, grabbed
six rebounds and passed out a game-high six assists. Junior Sabina Shysh
(Tucson, Ariz.) was the third Bison in double figures with 14 points and
10 rebounds.

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Gallaudet men’s basketball
important Gallaudet men’s basketball road win

Bison move up the standings with road win over Penn St.-Abington

ABINGTON, Pa. – The Gallaudet University men’s basketball team earned a
much needed conference win on the road Tuesday night as the Bison defeated
Penn St.-Abington, 72-67, in a North Eastern Athletic Conference (NEAC)
South Division game.

Gallaudet (6-13, 6-5 NEAC) moves ahead of Penn St.-Abington (7-10, 5-5
NEAC) for third-place in the NEAC South Division with tonight’s win.

The Bison quickly jumped out to a 10-point lead just over five minutes
into the game. GU continued to score at will on the Nittany Lions as they
led by as much as 18 points, 31-13, at the 9:34 mark after sophomore guard
Noah Valencia (Riverside, Calif.) made a three-pointer.

GU took a 41-29 lead into halftime.

In the second half, Gallaudet held a double-digit lead for the majority of
the half until the Nittany Lions began to make long-distance shots from
three-point range. Several three-pointers got Penn St.-Abington to tie the
game at 59 with 4:54 left in regulation.

The Bison were able to fend off the Nittany Lions, in the end, as GU made
seven free throws in the waning seconds.

Senior forward Andy Cruz (Bronx, N.Y.) led the way with 20 points, five
rebounds, four assists and three steals. Valencia finished with 19 points
while freshman Preston Kelly (Fishers, Ind.) recorded his first
double-double with 11 points and 11 rebounds to go with five assists and
four steals

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 Alabama Basketball

*Lady Warriors*
Wadley 47  Alabama 22

Season record: 6 – 20

*Silent Warrior*
Alabama 59  Wadley 54

Season record: 15 – 12

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Arkansas basketball

Arkansas School for the Deaf (ASD)5 vs Cornerstone Christian – January
29, 2018

 

Varsity Teams

ASD Girls won the overtime game against CCA  – 34 to 26 (End of the game
was 26 to 26 Tie)

 

ASD Boys Lost the overtime game to CCA – 44 to 46 (End of the game was
42 to 42 Tie)

 

Records for the Varsity Girls -  Won 6 Lost 12

Records for the Varsity boys – Won 4 Lost 17

 

Tonight Senior Night Event – ASD play against Victory Christian from
Camden and the game start at 4:30 PM.

 

Thursday, February 1, 2018 – ASD all four teams will play against
Faulkner Falcon Home School at Conway and the game start at 4:30 PM

Arkansas School for the Deaf (ASD)5 vs Victory Christian – January 30,
2018

 

Varsity Teams

ASD Girls won the game against VCA  – 53 to 13

 

ASD Boys Lost the two overtimes game to VCA– 51 to 55 (End of the game
was 44 to 44 Tie then first overtime was tie 48 to 48)

 

Records for the Varsity Girls -  Won 7 Lost 12

Records for the Varsity boys – Won 4 Lost 18

 

Tomorrow, February 1, 2018 – ASD all four teams will play against
Faulkner Falcon Home School at Conway and the game start at 4:30 PM.

 

AACS JRV State Basketball Tournament on February 2 and 3, 2018. JRV boys
vs Victory Christian at 1 PM Friday and JRV girls vs Columbia Christian at
2 PM Friday. Both game at ASD NAC Fuller Court

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Colorado boys’ basketball

CSDB 44
Miami Yoder 68

CSDB                     11           13           6              14= 44
Miami Yoder      17           22           23           6= 68

CSDB- DuChea High 8-3-4-22, Luis Blandon Romero 3-1-5-7, Obed Orozco
Salais 0-0-0-3, Angel Lopez 0-0-0-3, Isaac Rodriguez 0-2-5-2, TJ Bannister
1-0-0-2, Daniel Cruz 1-0-0-2, Jeremiah Lachin 1-0-0-2.
Team 3PT: Salais, Lopez and High.

DuChea High had double-double night with 22 points and 14 rebounds.

Record: 4-9 (2-3)

Next game: Pikes Peak Christian at CSDB on 2-1-18,  *LIVESTREAM*

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Delaware Basketball

DSD vs. Tome School

DSD Girls 30   Tome  43
Record 6-6

DSD Boys 26  Tome JV  38
Record – 0-12

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Fremont girls’ basketball

CSD 66
Holy Names 64

At the half we were down 35-15 and were down as many as 22.
We scored 51 in the second half for the comeback win!

CSD is now 15-6, matching last year’s win total. 6-1 league
with 5 games remaining.

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Iowa Girls Basketball

Lost to Sidney 55-8
Record 0-16

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Kansas girls’ basketball

KSD Varsity Girls

Kansas vs Oklahoma

Kansas     9-13-9-18= 48
Oklahoma 7-11-4-8= 29

Madison Welch; 27 points, 23 rebounds, 9 steals
Kaylee Wells: 12 points, 3 rebounds
Tiadra Vang: 8 points, 2 steals
Taylor Wise: 2 points, 8 rebounds

Kansas vs Missouri

Kansas   23-16-16-0= 55
Missouri   8-5-9-2= 24

Madison Welch: 22 points, 15 rebounds, 4 steals
Kaylee Wells: 20 points, 3 assists, 3 steals
Tiadra Vang: 2 points, 3 assists, 3 steals

Kansas vs Arkansas

Kansas 13-14-15-10=52
Arkansas 4-7-7-13= 31

Madison Welch: 12 points, 11 rebounds, 2 steals
Kaylee Wells: 25 points, 5 rebounds, 2 assist
Taylor Wise: 5 points, 11 rebounds
Tiadra Vang: 7 points, 4 assists

Record 14-4

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Kentucky boys’ basketball

Frankfort Christian at Kentucky School for the Deaf

FCA- 19 13 15 12-59
KSD- 3 7 10 5 -25

KSD (0-15) Haynes 5, Yance 11, Miller 5, Dorn 2, Tucker 2

FCA- 5 players with 8 points each and a total of 8 players scored.

First quarter continued to be KSDÿÿs enemy as they
were down 19-3 after first quarter. KSD couldnÿÿt keep up with FCAÿÿs scoring.

Cameron Miller hit the first 3 this year.

Micah Tucker 3 assists and two steals.

John Collins 7 rebounds and Jordan Dorn has 6.

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Marie Philip boys’ basketball

MPS 42  Waring 41

It was see saw in the whole game except for in late of second half, Waring
was up by 5 points lead. Under one minute of the game, Junior Kacey
Monahan made a good drive to the basket to reduce 3 point. Waring tried to
convert for a lay-up but missed then MPS brought to the offense to make a
last shot. However the good side on us which we called timeout and put
design that get opponent ‘s attention to Kacey. 8th grader, Kyle Florio
was leaving for open shot, he banked a three point to tie the game. About
thirty seconds left, we pressed them and Kacey stole the ball at the
halfcourt and made an easy lay-up. Waring brought back quickly and was
fouled by Kacey. Their best player was sent to line and made first free
throw. He missed the second shot. We got nice rebound by Kacey, fouled by
Waring player. On the side line, Wesley was open for lay up but was
fouled. He missed two tries on line. With 4 seconds left, Waring had the
chance to make the basket but a player was stepped out
 of baseline. It put us a victory over Waring with our 3 players absented
due to injuries.

Kacey led team with 17 points, 11 rebounds and 3 steals, while Wesley had
12 rebounds and 9 points. Kyle put his nice night on his late shooting
with 10 points.

Next game – today at 4pm vs. Commonwealth at MPS Gym

Tmw at 415pm vs. Waring (snow date) at MPS Gym

Record now 10-7.

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Maryland wrestling

Washington Latin @ Maryland School for the Deaf on 01/30/2018.

Maryland School for the Deaf (MSD) 33.00 Washington Latin Public Charter
School (WALA) 30.00

MSD won 33-30

170: J Perrin (WALA) pinned over Calvin Johnson (MSD) (Fall 1:03)
182: N Fisher (WALA) pinned over Tylique Gross (MSD) (Fall 1:23)
195: Bryan Pineda (MSD) pinned over A Casading (WALA) (Fall 1:55)
220: M Robies (WALA) pinned over Brody McAfee (MSD) (Fall 1:21)
106: Peter Thang (MSD) won by forfeit
126: Crosse Herpin (MSD) pinned over S Euwing-Boyd (WALA) (Fall 2:43)
132: Michael Williams (MSD) won over I Stone (WALA) (Dec 9-4)
138: O Atkinson (WALA) won by forfeit
145: Alexsander Raimundo (MSD) pinned over K Redman (WALA) (Fall 0:38)
152: Maurice Braxton (MSD) pinned over W Monti (WALA) (Fall 0:16)
160: F Tyrios (WALA) won by forfeit

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Maryland girls’ basketball

Maryland School for the Deaf at Frederick Force

            1    2   3     4   =  Total
MSD – 16   9   11   15  =   51
FF -      5   3   12   6  =   26

MARYLAND ORIOLES

A. Glennon — 6 points, 2 rebounds
S. Herzig Wilcox — 7 points, 5 rebounds, 6 steals, 3 assists
A. Patterson — 1 rebound
C. Perry — 23 points, 18 rebounds, 3 steals, 5 assists, 3 blocks
R. Guettler — 8 points, 6 rebounds, 7 steals, 6 assists
H. Johnston-Shaw — 2 rebounds
E. Beldon — 7 points, 1 rebound, 7 steals, 5 assists
M. Luebehusen — 3 rebounds
E. Kovacs — 2 rebounds, 1 block

Team FG:  23
Team 3-FG: 0
Team FT: 5-7

FREDERICK FORCE

A. Congleton — 12 points
E. Wilson — 2 points
K. Hart — 4 points
J. Hill – 8 points

Team FG: 7
Team 3-FG: 3 (Congleton 3)
Team FT: 3-6

Record: 15-4

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Michigan girls’ basketball

oday we played against Landmark Academy which we lost to them 10-52 with
their athletic and size. We still struggles with our shooting and
rebounds. Out shot percentage was 16.7% (5-30) and Free Throw percentage
0% (0-4). Our total rebounds were 4 (1 defense 3 offense). My team was
lead with Wendy Chicky, Junior, 6 points 2 offense rebounds and 1 steal.
Candace Fleming, Senior, 2 points and 1 steal. Haley Cooper, Senior, 2
points 2 steals 3 assists and 2 rebounds.

            1st 2nd 3rd 4th
LA.       18. 11.   16.   7
MSD.    0.   4.    2.    4

Our next name will be on next Tuesday (2/6) against New Life Christian
Academy at our home court.

Records: 0-6
League: 0-4

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Missouri basketball

Girls
MSD               5      9      8     6   =  28
Bunceton    20   14   18     10 = 62

Missouri girls
Delanzia Hayes-  17 points, 4 rebounds and 2 assists
Melissa Davis -  4 points, 5 rebounds, and assist
Cristin Kohl -  4 points, 6 rebounds, and 2 steals

Record 1- 13

Bunceton girls
Lauren Wieland – 14 points
Chloe Moser  – 11 points

Boys

MSD               6    14      14    19   =  53
Bunceton    20   17      23    21   =  81

MSD
Mikal Meriwether  33 points, 16 rebounds, and 7 steals
Hezeki Smott   8 points,  4 rebounds, 2 assists, and 4 steals
Dacota Pierson 6 points, 6 rebounds, and 3 assists

Record 1- 13

Bunceton boys
Jason Burnett – 23 points
Dillion Alpes – 16 points

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Model basketball

Model Secondary School for the Deaf Girls Varsity Basketball

Basketball

Date: Tuesday, January 30, 2018 at 5:00 PM

Result: Loss

Model Secondary School for the Deaf: 32

Oakcrest School: 40

Model Secondary School for the Deaf Boys Varsity Basketball

Basketball

Date: Tuesday, January 30, 2018 at 6:30 PM

Result: Loss

Model Secondary School for the Deaf: 41

Spencerville Adventist Academy: 55

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North Carolina boys’ basketball

ENCSD  14   20   6   17-57
NCSD     17    6    15  12-50

Team record is 1-9

Next game is on Thursday at The Master’s Academy

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Oklahoma girls’ basketball

OSD vs Springer

34-54

our record is 3-17

One more game before GPSD

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Pennsylvvania girls’ basketball

On January 29, the Lady Panthers traveled to Community Academy of
Philadelphia for our 14th game of the season. Although 2 of the starters
were absent, the were able to pull ahead in the second half and win the
game 42-20. The girls had amazing teamwork and all contributed to the win.
In the win, Yasmean Evans had a double double with 22 points and 13
rebounds. Gia DiGiacomo scored 14 points and Maysan Id-Deen had 6 points
and 13 rebounds.

Final score: 42-20

Record: 13-1

Our next game is our homecoming game this Saturday, February 3rd. We look
forward to seeing PSD students, staff, alumni, family, and friends at the
game!

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Pennsylvania boys’ basketball

On 1/29, Monday, we traveled too Community Academy of Philadelphia. It was
a good game the boys played great they never gave up Nasir had 28 points
15 rebounds 5 steals while Jacob had 12 points 11 rebounds . If you see
them tell them good job..

Score 42-49 lost

Record 9-6

On 1/30, Wednesday, home game against City School of Philadelphia, so come
out and support your Panthers.

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Phoenix Basketball

We played against Hayden at home.

Girls lost 56-24.  Now 4-16.   Next up:  @ Academy of Tucson, Thursday.

Boys lost 69-21.  Now 2-19.  Next up:  @ Academy of Tucson, Thursday.

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Rhode Island basketball

RISD Boys Basketball

Our Roosters’ boys basketball team played yesterday against West Bay
Christian Academy — due to the ongoing flu as well as other students
being absent, we only had five players for the game. Those players would
have to play the entire game and they all stood up to the test!

RISD put together a strong first half, jumping out to a 19-8 halftime
lead. WBCA started to find their shooting touch in the second half and was
able to cut the lead to single-digits for most of the second half before
our Roosters put the game out of reach to secure their first win in more
than a month.

Two of our Roosters scored 33 of 37 points in what was definitely their
best game of this season. RISD won the game, 37-26.

WBCA -  8   18   – 26
RISD -   19   18  – 37

RISD
Timothy J. – 17 Points
Mario P. – 16 Points
Nandes R-M. – 4 Points

Boys Basketball Record: 4-13
Next Game: Saturday, February 3rd vs. Lexington School for the Deaf (1:00
P.M.)

RISD Girls Basketball

Our Roosters’ girls basketball team played host to West Bay Christian
Academy. Our girls were looking to build on our win over ASD last week and
continue to build momentum toward our upcoming ESDAA Div. II Girls’
Basketball Tournament two weeks from now. WBCA ran out to a 15-10 halftime
lead before one of our girl started to find her sweet shooting spot. We
were able to rally and cut their lead to as close as one possession at one
point during the second half.

WBCA had one girl who was unstoppable, scoring a game-high 20 points on
her own. We even tried switching around our defense, but couldn’t get
enough stops in order to steal away the lead. WBCA was able to put
together a late run to pull away and won the game 31-24.

WBCA – 15  16  – 31
RISD -   10  14  – 24

RISD
Lillian K. – 12 Points
Olivia C. – 8 Points
Yasmin S. – 4 Points

Girls Basketball Record: 3-11
Next Game: Wednesday, January 31st vs. Sophia Academy (3:30 P.M.)

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Rochester girls’ basketball

RSD host the game against Rapids. In the first half, we were down by 3
(12-15). Courtney Gentzke played defensively and scored 14 in the 3rd
quarter to take a lead 26-22 in end of 3rd quarter. We continued to play
well in 4th quarter to win the game 38 – 28.

Courtney Gentzke  – 22 points, 6 rebounds, 4 blocks and 5 steals
McKenna Girod – 8 points, 7 rebounds, and 2 assists
Julia Ott – 4 points and 9 rebounds

Record: 12-3

Next game tomorrow at 4 pm at Hope Hall

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St Mary’s boys basketball

The Bisons hosted The Trojans of NYSSD/Rome this afternoon in Gallagher
Gym.  The Herd was still riled up from the big win last night and Coach
LeRoy had to remind them to ground themselves for the Trojans.  The Bisons
mixed up their starting combination with a few veterans and some of the
role players to start the game.  The first 16 minutes saw playing time for
Etan Antone, Adnan Abdi, Michael Norris and Francis Nguyen.  The score was
tied 26-26 at the half.  In the second half, The Herd started their
hardwood stampede and never looked back.  The Bisons finished the game
with a 71-35 victory.  Adnan Abdi led the Bisons with 15 points. 
Christian Lawrence had 13 points.  Nick Barrus had 11 points, 10 assists
and 7 steals.  Isa Habeeb had 10 points.  The BIG bulls, Michael Norris
and Ryan Brzezinski each had 6 points.  Dalton Planty and Kassim Kassim
each had 4 points and Ethan Antone had 2 points.

Our record is 6 wins…1 loss.  Next game is Thursday at The Gow School at
4pm.

Game: St. Marys Deaf vs NYSSD Rome 71:35

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St Mary’s girls basketball

Last night the Lady Bisons faced off against Central Baptist for the
second time this year. Our ladies played with a lot of grace under
pressure when the elbows came flying their way. Not one of our girls let
the other team’s dirty playing affect their game, and even though they
fell 21-34 it was a vast improvement over their first encounter. With Cami
Cole finally being cleared to play the girls had another power player
thrown in the mix to help out under the basket. She racked up 12 points
for the Bisons while Kioney Alvira-Juardo helped out with another 9. Julia
Bronneberg made herself comfortable on the low block taking on girls
almost twice her size and pulling down 6 of her own rebounds. The team as
a unit worked very well together and is getting comfortable in some of
their new positions. Come and check them out this afternoon at 4:30 as
they face off against New York State School for the Deaf. This will be one
of the last warm ups the girls get before they head off to
 the ESDAA tournament.

Game: SMSD vs CB 21:34

Last night the Lady Bisons took on the Trojans from New York State School
for the Deaf. After coming off a hectic game from Monday, the girls had to
reset to take on the Trojans. There were a lot of great opportunities for
our girls to work on basic skills and plays that they?ll need for next
week and inevitably it led to their success on the court. Cami Cole came
out strong earning 11 rebounds and 22 points including one last sec. shot
in the third quarter. Kioney Alvira-Jurado lead the team as point guard
making sure everyone got their hands on the ball and earning 11 rebounds
and 8 points of her own. Emma Foster and Julia Bronneberg were key in our
defense and each earned their first points of the season with 2 points
each.

1-3 record

Game: SMSD vs Rome 40:14

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Texas boys’ basketball

TSD         6      7     8     2    23
Geneva    4     8     4     5    21

Note: We played number two team in our district and both teams displayed
worst offensive efforts but both teams executed excellent defensive
schemes. I don’t quite understand how the game played itself out, but a
win is a win.

Current Record: 18-6
District: 4-2

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Washington basketball

Lady Terriers 19 @ Naselle 49

WSD – 4-5-5-5

Record 5-8 (League 0-6)

Ashantay Truong – 6  

Emma McKinney – 3   

Annie Kvamme

LeAnna Clearbrook – 2 

Jessane Rogers

Kelly Gutierrez – 8    

Ashley Balcazar  

Etasha Stone

Jenifer Tudor       

 

Naselle – 14-14-10-11

 

Terriers 20 @ Naselle 74

WSD – 5-5-2-8

Record 3-13 (League 0-7)

Cristian Martinez-White – 3          

Ricardo Pineda

Taylor Payne – 15      

John Smart

Osvaldo Cruz 

Juan Ramirez – 2     

Ramon Varaja

Jose Ramirez    

Yovany Barragan

Abraham Castro

 

Naselle – 22-21-16-15

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Western Pennsylvania boys’ basketball

WPSD boys

@ Cornerstone Prep

WPSD 24 – CP 51

K. DяяAmore – 10 points

Record 5 – 9
 

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DeafDigest Sports – January 30, 2018

barry@deafdigest.com; barry.strassler@gmail.com

Hot DeafSports News at:
http://deafdigestsports.com/

— basketball scores

— ESDAA-II girls basketball tournament pairings

— past-NFL star attended a deaf school

— a deaf tennis pro from Brazil

— wrestling update

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Deaf Sports Collections update
— a secret football agreement
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-sports-collections/

DeafSports picture of the day
http://deafdigest.com/tennis-pro-in-brazil/

Basketball won/lost records (as of 01/30/18)
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

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ESDAA-II girls basketball tournament pairings
at Delaware School for the Deaf

Fri., Feb. 9:    Game 1      3:30pm – New York-Rome vs. New Jersey
            Game 2      6:00pm – West Virginia vs. Rochester
            Game 3      7:45pm – Rhode Island vs. St. Mary’s

Sat., Feb 10:    Game 4      Loser Game 1 vs. Aquinas Academy
            Game 5      3:15pm – Loser Game 2 vs. Loser Game 3
            Game 6      6:00pm – Game 1 Winner vs. Delaware
            Game 7      7:45pm – Game 2 Winner vs. Game 3 Winner

Sun., Feb. 11:   Game 8      8:30am – Loser Game 5 vs. Aquinas Academy
            Game 9      10:15am – 5th Place Game
            Game 10     11:45am – 3rd Place Game
            Game 11     1:15pm – Championship Game

            Admission:  Free

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WSBC honors

Basketball & Cheerleading Results & Awards
GIRLS
 Champions: Arizona
2nd Place: Oregon
3rd Place: Phoenix
4th Place: Washington
5th Place: Utah

Girls All-Tournament
Khadija Noor, Utah
Annie Kvamme, Washington
Yosseline Espinoza Soto, Phoenix
Jenna O’Deay, Oregon
Zayra Cano-Diaz, Oregon
Marianna Rodriguez, Arizona
Hadil Al Maliky, Arizona

MVP
Chyrie Prunty, Arizona

CHEERLEADING
Cheer All-Tournament
Rachel Glade, Utah
Ashantay Truong, Washington
Melissa Sanchez, Phoenix
Most Spirited School
Washington

BOYS
 Champions: Arizona
2nd Place: Oregon
3rd Place: Washington
4th Place: Phoenix
5th Place: Utah

Boys All-Tournament
Javier Lopez, Utah
Brian Lynch, Phoenix
Taylor Payne, Washington
Calvin Payton, Oregon
Alex Garcia, Oregon
Santana Gonzales, Arizona
John Gilbraith, Arizona

MVP
Giovany Correa, Arizona

Sportsmanship
 Girls: Utah
 Boys: Utah

Free Throws Champions
Boys: Oregon
Girls: Arizona

3-Pt Champions
Girls: Phoenix
Boys: Arizona

Manager Contest
Girls: Hilda Valenzuela, Phoenix
Boys: Yovany Barragan, Washington

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Alabama basketball

Alabama Basketball

*Lady Warriors*

Gaylesville 59  Alabama 25
Fayetteville 49  Alabama 24
Alabama 40  Atlanta Area 22

Season record: 6 – 19

*Silent Warrior*

Alabama 55  Gaylesville 48
Alabama 58  Fayetteville 34
Alabama 69  Atlanta Area 45

Season record: 14 – 12

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Fremont sports

We’re creeping towards the end of the winter sports’ regular season.  This
week, we have a lot of road games but please note to come to our Winter
Senior Night next week on Thursday February 8th for all of our teams –
Girls Basketball at 4pm, Boys Basketball and Cheerleading at 5:30pm, and
Wrestling at 7pm!

Athlete of the Week – JAYVON HARMON.  This freshmen wrestler has
drastically improved after each practice and meets due to his attitude,
commitment, and willingness to learn.  Jayvon won first place in his
weight class for his first time ever at the Liberty High School tournament
in Brentwood last weekend.  Congratulations!

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Illinois girls’ basketball

newspaper posting

MOUNT STERLING 71, ILLINOIS SCHOOL FOR THE DEAF 24:

Kyla Claybourn had 13 points for ISD.

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Iowa Deaf Boys

ISD 39  Sidney JV  50

0-17

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Kansas boys’ basketball

*Kansas Deaf @ Oklahoma Deaf*

Oklahoma 1-7-16-27=51

KSD 12-17-16-12=57

*KSD Jackrabbits*

Jayman Washington, Senior – 22 points, 15 rebounds, 5 assists

Raul Melgar, Senior – 6 points, 8 rebounds, 5 steals

Zander Symansky, Junior – 8 points

Tayte McCaskey, Junior – 14 points, 5 rebounds

*Team Total FG: *26-51
*Team Total 3FG: *1
*Team Total FT: *2-8

*Record:* 12-6

*Deaf: *5-4

*GPAC:* 7-2 (3rd Place In league)

*Game # 19*

*January 27, 2018*

*Missouri Deaf @ Oklahoma Deaf*

Missouri 8-15-4-10=37

KSD 14-12-20-16=62

*KSD Jackrabbits*

Jayman Washington, Senior – 28 points9 rebounds, 4 assists, 4 steals

Raul Melgar, Senior – 11 points, 7 rebounds

Stacey Welch, Seniors – 8 points, 6 rebounds

Tayte McCaskey, Junior – 8 points, 4 rebounds

*Team Total FG: *25-49
*Team Total 3FG: *1
*Team Total FT: *9-14

*Record:* 13-6

*Deaf: *6-4

*GPAC:* 7-2 (3rd Place In league)

*Game # 20*

*January 27, 2018*

*Arkansas Deaf @ Oklahoma Deaf*

Arkansas 10-9-11-4=34-15-10-11=44

KSD 17-19-18-13=67

*KSD Jackrabbits*

Jayman Washington, Senior – 22 points, 5 rebounds, 4 assists

Raul Melgar, Senior – 12 points, 4 rebounds

Stacey Welch, Seniors – 19 points, 7 rebounds

Zander Symansky, Junior – 4 points

Tayte McCaskey, Junior – 8 points, 9 rebounds

*Team Total FG: *23-37
*Team Total 3FG: *5
*Team Total FT: *6-10

*Record:* 14-6

*Deaf: *7-4

*GPAC:* 7-2 (3rd Place In league)

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Kentucky boys’ basketball

Oneida Baptist Institute at Kentucky School for the Deaf

OBI- 20 16 16 13- 65
KSD- 2 8 18 20- 48

KSD (0-14) Collins 24, Yance 10, Miller 4, Dorn 2, Tucker 6, Rhodes 2

OBI- 11 different players scored.

OBI started the game with 20-2 lead after first quarter. KSD just
couldnяяt stop OBIяяs long range shooting. KSD tried to make a
comeback but it wasnяяt enough.

John Collins scored a career high 24 points, 5 rebounds and 5 steals.

Payne Yance 10 points 6 rebounds and 9 assists.

Micah Tucker scored 6 points on a perfect 3-3 shooting. (A seventh grader)

Jordan Dorn 11 rebounds.

A season low 13 turnovers.

Next game- vs Frankfort Christian on Jan 30.

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Model sports

Model Secondary School for the Deaf Boys Varsity Wrestling

Wrestling

Date: Monday, January 29, 2018 at 4:30 pm

Result: Win

Model Secondary School for the Deaf: 42

Covenant Life School: 18

Model Secondary School for the Deaf Boys Varsity Basketball

Basketball

Date: Monday, January 29, 2018 at 6:30 pm

Result: Win

Model Secondary School for the Deaf: 60

McLean School: 59

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New Jersey Girls Basketball

January 25, 2018

@ NJSD  26

United Christian Academy 41

UCA avenged the loss to the Lady Colts from last week. Alexis Holland had
her first double double of the season with 18 points and 15 rebounds, all
season highs for her. Naiajah Wilson added 6 points, 4 rebounds, 1 block
and 2 assists.

Season Record:  2 – 6

Next game Tuesday January 30th vs Warren Tech high school at NJSD.

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New York (Fanwood) boys basketball

newspaper story

Hudson School (35) at New York School for the Deaf (NY) (32) – Boys
Basketball

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North Carolina boys’ basketball

Away game

NCSD                       4   10   4   7-25
Haywood Christian          26  21  19  8-75

Team record 1-8

Next game is host to ENCSD today

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Oklahoma girls’ basketball

OSD vs FOX
24-39
Played with 5 players   due all injuries, illness

our record is 3-15

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St. Mary’s Boys Basketball results

The Bisons travelled to Central Baptist today.  The game proved to be a
test of mental and physical toughness for The Herd.  It was a fast paced
game and both teams exchanged leads for 32 minutes.  The game had
everything…battles inside, shooting from outside, pressure defense, man
to man match ups, steals, and HUSTLE.   Nick Barrus tied it up 46-46 after
a pair of made free throws with 36 seconds left in the game.  Central
Baptist managed to score with 8 seconds left and go up by two 48-46.  The
Bisons pushed the ball up the court but couldn’t  find anything inside. 
Isa Habeeb threw it out to Barrus with 3 seconds left and was free from
29ft out……BISONS WIN….49-48!!!!

Record 5 wins…1 loss.  Next game is Tuesday, January 30th against
NYSSD/Rome at 3:00pm in Buffalo.

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Tennessee basketball

Girls

Washburn 47 Tennessee 17
4-11

Boys

Washburn 57 Tennessee 34
2-14

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Western Pennsylvania girls’ basketball

WPSD 24 – Cornerstone Prep 27

Points
Danielle Fisher – 12
Cheyenne Sloan – 6

Record
5 – 9

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past-NFL star attended a deaf school

part of newspaper story

“I will be among a ‘who’s who’ of the history of the NFL,”
Williams said. Had he played in a major market, Reggie Williams would be
hailed today as one of the game’s greatest linebackers. As it was, his
pedigree set him apart from most.

Born hearing impaired in Flint, Michigan, Williams took classes at the
Michigan School for the Deaf. His love of art earned him a scholarship to
the Flint Institute of Arts, but Williams opted for public school.

He went out for football in the 10th grade only after being bullied and
forced to defend himself. Williams was both smart and good, earning an
academic scholarship to Dartmouth College. He ended up a three-time
All-Ivy League linebacker and Ivy League heavyweight wrestling champion.

note:
he may have been born hearing impaired, but he functioned as a hearing
person all his life

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deaf tennis pro from Brazil

part of newspaper story

Mariana Matias, was born deaf, but grew up playing tennis. She was a top
ranked professional in Brazil

note:
DeafDigest Sports editor did some googling and she was ranked #37
nationally among junior college women players in the 2008-09 season
while attending Seward County Community College. That was the only
information on her. If she played professionally in Brazil, very
possibly at the low competitive levels.
 

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DeafDigest Sports – January 29, 2018

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Hot DeafSports News at:
http://deafdigestsports.com/

— basketball scores

— deaf baseball player not in hall of fame
(hint, not Dummy Hoy or Dummy Taylor)

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Deaf Sports Collections update
— deaf players in college football bowl games
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-sports-collections/

DeafSports picture of the day
http://deafdigest.com/old-timer-baseball-player-better-than-hoy/

Basketball won/lost records (as of 01/29/18)
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

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Colorado boys’ basketball

1-25-18

CSDB 32
Kiowa 54

CSDB     12           5              6              9= 32
Kiowa    7              19           18           10= 54

Record: 4-7 (2-2)

1-26-18

CSDB 40
Manzanola 73

CSDB                     10           13           12           5= 40
Manzanola          17           20           10           26= 73

Record: 4-8 (2-2)

Next game: CSDB at Miami-Yoder 1/30

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Fremont boys’ basketball

1/23/18-  Making Waves Academy           50- 28 (W)
1/24/18- California Crosspoint                   46-40 (W)
1/25/18- Averroes                                           44-35 (W)

Overall Record- 8- 11
League Record- 3-3

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Georgia basketball

GIRLS:
GSD – 51- JOHNSON – 38, CLAY – 6, REYNOLDS – 4, DEPRINCE – 2, HALL – 1
GAYLESVILLE HIGH – 48
10-3-0

BOYS:
GSD – 19 -  BROWN – 13, ROYAL – 4, DAGGETT – 2
1-12-0

NEXT GAME VS KENTUCKY AT KSD HOMECOMING WEEKEND.

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Lexington boys’ basketball

PSD 31 – Lex 27

Lexington Leaders

Jordan Liakram 8 pts with 8 rebounds

Jayden Orlang 8pts

Steve Salmon 8 pts

Aaron Liakram 9 rebounds

Record – 6-7

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Mississippi girls’ basketball

Varsity Girls Basketball

Mississippi School f/t Deaf 29
Indiana School f/t Deaf 60

MSD points
Alexis Roberts 24 points
Nilah Orey 2 points
Koreiona Guy 3 points

Record 15-2
Next Game 2/1 @ Piney Wood

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Missouri basketball

Girls
Arkansas School for the Deaf    8     11    10   10 =  39
Missouri School  for the Deaf    5       4     6       9 = 24

MSD girls
Delanzia Hayes  21 points, 8 rebounds, and 6 steals
Cristin Kohl  3 points , 2 rebounds, and 3 steals

Record 1 – 10

ASD girl
Mikka Coburn 17 points

Boys

Arkansas School for the Deaf     10    11     10    19  = 50
Missouri School for the Deaf      18      4     14    10   = 46

MSD had cost game by 22 turnovers

Dacota Pierson- 20 points and 3 steals
Mikal Meriwether  19 points and 11 rebounds

Record 1- 10

Arkansas
Shaq Robinson  20 points

On January 27  8:30 am

Girls

Kansas School for the Deaf   23    16    16   0 = 55
Missouri School for the Def    8       5     9    2 = 24

MSD girls
Delanzia Hayes -  10 points, 10 rebounds, and 2 assists
Sara Famer    -   8 points and 12 rebounds
Cristin Kohl – 6 points, 4 rebounds, and 4 steals

Record 1 – 11

KSD
Madison Welch 22 points
Kaylee Wells  20 points

Boys

Kansas School for the Deaf      14   12   20   16 =  62
Missouri School for the Deaf     8   15      4   10 =  37

MSD
Mikal  Meriwether   18 points and 17 rebounds
Hezeki Smott             12  points, 3 rebounds, 2 assists, and 2 steals

Record 1 – 11

KSD
Jayman Washington 28 points
January 27   6 pm

Girls
Missouri School for the Deaf      0     2     0 =  2
Oklahoma School for the Deaf  10   17   2 = 29

3rd quarter MSD coach called game due injuries.

MSD girl
Cristin Kohl- 2 points, 6 rebounds, and steal.

Record 1- 12
OSD
Miracle Person- 12 points

Boys
Missouri School for the Deaf       13    14   16    10   =  53
Oklahoma School for the Deaf    16    27   11    15   =  69

MSD
Halftime MSD were behind 19 points. End of 3rd quarter the score was 43 to
53. In the 4 quarter and 5  minutes left the score was 50 to 57. We MSD
could not stop at OSD shooter 3 points.

Mikal Meriwether -  33 points and 23 rebounds
Dacota Pierson -  13 points and 2 steals
Hezeki Smott  – 5 points, 6 rebounds, 3 steals, and 2 assists

Record 1 – 11

OSD
Dylan Evans-  22 points
Isaiah holt- 33 points

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Oklahoma girls’ basketball

Oklahoma vs Kansas School for the Deaf  29-48  Lost

Oklahoma vs Arkansas School fro the Deaf  36-32  Won

Oklahoma vs Missouri School fro the Deaf  29-2   Won   Completed at 3rd
quarter due to too many injuries

OSD record is 3-15

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Pennsylvania boys’ basketball

On Saturday1/27 We had a home game against Lexington. This was intense
game it went back and forth the boys really played there hearts out on
this one . Very proud of them keep the hard work. Scoring leader is Nasir
with double double 19 points 11 rebounds 6 steals while Jacob had 8 points
and 4 rebounds. PSD WON 31-27 in a great game..

Record 9-5

On 1/29, we traveled to CAP for a away game

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Pennsylvania girls’ basketball

On January 27, Lexington came to PSD for a rematch from last week. Just
like last week’s game, it was very competitive. At the end of the fourth
quarter, Lexington scored to tie the game which continued the game into
overtime. In overtime, PSD pulled away by hitting important foul shots
which led PSD to another victory. This is the second time PSD has beat
Lexington! Yasmean Evans had an a double-double by scoring 25 points, 14
rebounds, and 5 steals. Maysan Id-Deen also contributed a double-double to
the win with 10 points and 10 rebounds.

Final Score: 50-44

Record: 12-1

We are so proud of how our girls have been playing this season and so
grateful for the fans who come out to support our Lady Panthers!

Our next game is away at Community Academy of Philadelphia on Monday
January 29.

Our next home game is PSD’s Homecoming on Saturday February 3 at 1:00.
We hope to see PSD students, staff, and alumni at the game!

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a deaf baseball player not in Hall of Fae

part of web posting

Twelve players who spent 10-or-more years in MLB have an adjusted OPS of
160 or higher. Three aren’t in the Hall of Fame: Barry Bonds (182), Mark
McGwire (163), and Pete Browning (163).

Many of you aren’t familiar with the latter, whose mysterious absence in
Cooperstown has nothing to do with PEDs. Here is a snapshot look at the
19th-century legend.

Browning played from 1882-1894, mostly with the Louisville Colonels, with
whom he won two of his three batting titles. He was the first player to
use a bat made by what became the Louisville Slugger company, which was
ultimately named after him. According to his SABR Bio Project entry,
Browning was both deaf and illiterate. He also reportedly battled
alcoholism, once saying “I can’t hit the ball until I hit the
bottle!”
 

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DeafDigest Sports – January 28, 2018

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Hot DeafSports News at:
http://deafdigestsports.com/

— basketball scores

— Gallaudet updates

 – WSBC championship scores

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Deaf Sports Collections update
— sad case of pro wrestling school student
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-sports-collections/

DeafSports picture of the day
http://deafdigest.com/gallaudet-indoor-tracksters/

Basketball won/lost records (as of 01/28/18)
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

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Western States Basketball Classic

championship finals

ASDB girls won 28-22 over Oregon.

ASDB boys won 42-34 over Oregon.

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Gallaudet’s men indoor track

Two Gallaudet men’s indoor track and field records fall at Liberty Kickoff

LYNCHBURG, Va. – Two Gallaudet University men’s indoor track and field
records were set here Saturday at the Liberty Kickoff invitational. The
Bison were one of 40 colleges from Division I, II and III to compete
during the two-day meet on the campus of Liberty University in its Indoor
Track Complex.

The two school records set were done by the same people who held the
original records heading into this meet.

Senior Toraneau Varice (Deerfield Beach, Fla.) improved on his 200-meter
dash record time of 23.14 seconds, set last year, with a new time of
22.95. Varice finished 56th out of 83 runners. Varice was also 58th out of
75 in the 60-meter dash with a time of 7.30.

Junior Michael Haynes (Olivette, Mo.) finished 23rd out of 37 in the
60-meter hurdles with a time of 8.79 seconds to improve on his school
record time of 8.91, which was set in 2013.

Sophomore Kai Christenberry (Birmingham, Ala.) placed 52nd in the
400-meter dash (55.52) and 82nd in the 200-meter dash (24.88).

Junior Gunner Hahn (Marshfield, Wis.), Varice, Christenberry and Haynes
combined to finish second in their 4×400 meter relay heat with a time of
3:39.66.

In the field, sophomores JaQuan Thomas (Midway, Ga.) and Ronald Mattingly
(Coconut Creek, Fla.) finished 55th and 56th, respectively, in the shot
put. Thomas’ top throw traveled 9.87 meters (32 feet, 4.75 inches) while
Mattingly’s best throw covered 9.63 meters (31 feet, 7.25 inches)

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Gallaudet women’s indoor track

Gallaudet women’s indoor track and field season gets underway at Liberty
Kickoff

LYNCHBURG, Va. – Gallaudet University’s women’s indoor track and field
team had six student-athletes compete here Saturday at the Liberty
Kickoff. This was the first meet of the 2018 season for the GU women’s
track and field program.

Sophomore Anyia Brown (Wilmington, Del.) finished 87th in the 200-meter
dash with a time of 32.05 seconds.

Freshman Taylor Nguyen (Ballwin, Mo.) was the first Bison to complete the
1-mile run as she crossed the finish line in 7:12.16 in 51st place.

In the field, freshman Nia Ralston (Bowling Green, Ky.) was 57th in the
shot put with a toss of 6.16 meters (20 feet, 2.5 inches). Her freshman
teammate Carina Dominguez Can was 58th with a top throw of 5.69 meters (18
feet, 8 inches).

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Gallaudet women’s basketball

Bison prosper in gold uniforms en route to key divisional win

WASHINGTON – The Gallaudet women’s basketball team earned a 68-57 victory
against College of St. Elizabeth in a North Eastern Athletic Conference
(NEAC) game here Saturday afternoon in the Field House on Padden Court.
The victory moved Gallaudet (7-11, 5-5 NEAC) into the coveted third-place
spot in the South Division over the Eagles (7-11, 4-6 NEAC). The win
capped a successful Alumni Madness day, plus a special “Gold Rush” game as
GU wore alternative gold uniforms thanks to Route 66 Promotions.

GU’s freshmen guard Emelia Beldon (Frederick, Md.) swept the court with a
game-high 18 points and tied Eagle’s guard Kamille Jacobs (11 points) with
a game-high five assists. Junior guard Sabina Shysh (Tucson, Ariz.) was
one of two Bison to post a double-double as she scored 15 points and
grabbed 11 rebounds. Her rebound total was one shy of her career best (12)
set as a freshman. Junior guard/forward Hannah Neild (Litchfield, N.H.)
was the other Bison with a double-double as she tallied 17 points and 10
rebounds.

Down in the post, senior forward Kelsey Hudson (Blissfield, Mich.) had a
game-high 16 rebounds and four steals. Junior forward Kelli Barnes
(Cliffside, N.C.) was the fourth Bison in double figures with 10 points
and seven rebounds.

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Gallaudet men’s basketball

Gallaudet strikes gold on Alumni Madness day with big win

WASHINGTON – It was an emotional and thrilling victory for Gallaudet
University here Saturday as the Bison defeated College of Saint Elizabeth,
79-72, in a key North Eastern Athletic Conference (NEAC) men’s basketball
divisional game. The win capped a successful Alumni Madness day, plus a
special “Gold Rush” game as GU wore alternative gold uniforms thanks to
Route 66 Promotions.

Gallaudet (5-13, 5-5 NEAC) led for the majority of the game and fended off
a late push made by St. Elizabeth (5-12, 2-8 NEAC) in the final minute.

Sophomore guard Trace Martin (Shingle Springs, Calif.) scored 13 of his
career-high 20 points in the first half as he finished the game with four
three-pointers. Martin and junior forward Cody Crace (Westfield, Ind.)
made back-to-back three-pointers in the closing minutes of the first half
where GU led 41-37.

In the second half, Gallaudet led by as much as eight points before the
visiting Eagles took a brief two-point lead, 57-55, at the 11:35 mark
after Jordan Simmons (13 points) made a layup and a free throw.

The Bison quickly regained the lead when freshman guard Preston Kelly
(Fishers, Ind.) made his own three-point play just 36 seconds later. Kelly
finished with 10 points, seven rebounds and a game-high seven assists.

Gallaudet led the rest of the way while St. Elizabeth lingered around
until the final buzzer sounded.

Senior forward Andy Cruz (Bronx, N.Y.) scored a team best 21 points to go
with 11 rebounds, six blocks, five steals and two assists. GU had four
players reach double figures including Cruz, Martin, Kelly and sophomore
guard Noah Valencia (Riverside, Calif.), who added 13 points.

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Indiana boys’ basketball

Mississippi Deaf 59
Indiana Deaf        76

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Indiana girls’ basketball

from newspaper

Indiana Deaf 60, Mississippi School for the Deaf, Miss. 29

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Marie Philip boys’ basketball

Victory at small gym

Last night MPS boys basketball team traveled to Belmont, MA to play agains
Waldorf of Mass Bay. Waldorf’s best player were out that day due to head
injury. So they played with only six players against our 8 players. We had
to play their smallest basketball court, it took us time to adjust. The
first half we ended up with 26-26 tie. Waldorf scored 5 points quickly and
then we fought back to change the lead. We finally found our baskets and
was able to pull out to the victory over Waldorf, 53-42. Senior Wesley
Silva had his best evening of his career with 23 points, 13 rebounds and 4
steals. Kacey and Dylan added 12 and 8 points respectively.

Records now 9-7, MBIL 3-4

Next opponents:  Tues, Jan 30 at Waring @ 4:15pm

                                Wed, Jan 31 vs. Commonwealth 5:00pm

                                Thurs, Feb 1 vs. Waring @ 4:15pm

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Maryland girls’ basketball

James River Home School @ Maryland School for the Deaf

             1      2    3    4   =  Total
MSD -  20   14   16   16  =  66
JRHS -  4    4    10    6  =  24

MARYLAND ORIOLES

A. Glennon — 3 rebounds
S. Herzig Wilcox — 6 points, 6 rebounds, 3 steals, 5 assists, 1
block
A. Patterson — 2 points, 2 rebounds
C. Perry — 27 points, 16 rebounds, 2 steals, 2 assists, 1 block
R. Guettler — 6 points, 10 rebounds, 1 steal, 4 assists
H. Johnston-Shaw — 2 points, 1 rebound, 2 steals, 3 assists
E. Beldon — 17 points, 1 rebound, 4 steals, 6 assists
M. Luebehusen — 6 points, 5 rebounds
E. Kovacs — 5 rebounds, 4 steals

Team FG:  29
Team 3-FG:  1 (Beldon)
Team FT:  5-9

JAMES RIVER

J. Seymour – 2 points
S. Heath – 8 points
J. Heath – 12 points
A. Moolson – 2 points

Team FG:  10
Team 3-FG:  0
Team FT:  4-6

Record: 14-4
 

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DeafDigest Sports – January 27, 2018

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Hot DeafSports News at:
http://deafdigestsports.com/

— basketball scores

— Western Schools Basketball Classic scores

— hockey family

— Gallaudet’s pre-season All-American

— Football All-Star game

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Deaf Sports Collections update
— deaf enforcer in NHL                                                                                         
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-sports-collections/

DeafSports picture of the day
http://deafdigest.com/hockey-family/

Basketball won/lost records (as of 01/27/18)
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

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Gallaudet softball

GU’s Alyssa Barlow named to Fastpitch News’ preseason All-American softball team

WASHINGTON – Fastpitch News, an online women’s softball newspaper, named
its 2018 preseason NCAA DIII All-American Softball Team and selected
Gallaudet University senior pitcher/first baseman Alyssa Barlow (Chandler,
Ariz.) for the second team. This is the first Fastpitch News honor in
program history.

Barlow, last season, posted an .518 batting average where she tallied 58
hits, 10 doubles, four triples, 28 runs, 23 runs batted in, 76 total bases
and 11 walks. In the field, she had a .958 fielding percentage with 150
putouts and 33 assists. In the circle, she won six games in 16 starts,
made two saves, completed 14 games, pitched 99.2 innings and recorded 73
strikeouts.

Barlow is one of five selections from the North Eastern Athletic
Conference

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Western Schools Basketball Classic scores
hosted by Phoenix Day School for the Deaf

8:30 a.m.   Girls Oregon      Utah  OSD: 37 | USD: 7
10:00 a.m.  Boys  Oregon      Utah  OSD: 53 | USD: 19
11:30 a.m.  Girls Washington  Arizona     WSD: 13 | ASD: 41
1:00 p.m.   Boys  Washington  Arizona     WSD: 32 | ASD: 47
2:30 p.m.   Girls Utah  Phoenix     USDB: 16 | PDSD: 42
4:00 p.m.   Boys  Utah  Phoenix     USDB: 39 | PDSD: 47
5:30 p.m.   Girls Arizona     Oregon      ASD: 28 | OSD: 25
7:00 p.m.   Boys  Arizona     Oregon      ASD: 29 | OSD: 30

8:30 a.m.   Girls Phoenix     Washington  PDSD: 26 | WSD: 20
10:00 a.m.  Boys  Phoenix     Washington  PDSD: 48 | WSD: 51
11:30 a.m.  Girls Utah  Arizona     USDB: 19 | ASD: 39
1:00 p.m.   Boys  Utah  Arizona     USDB: 18 | ASD: 62
2:30 p.m.   Girls Washington  Oregon      WSD: 26 | OSD: 24
4:00 p.m.   Boys  Washington  Oregon      WSD: 32 | OSD: 35
5:30 p.m.   Girls Arizona     Phoenix     ASD: 23 | PDSD: 17
7:00 p.m.   Boys  Arizona     Phoenix     ASD: 40 | PDSD: 27

today’s games:
8:30 a.m.   Girls Utah  Washington 
10:00 a.m.  Boys  Utah  Washington 
11:30 a.m.  Girls Phoenix     Oregon     
1:00 p.m.   Boys  Phoenix     Oregon     
2:30 p.m.   Girls 3rd/4th game     TBA  
4:00 p.m.   Boys  3rd/4th game     TBA  
6:00 p.m.   Girls Championship     TBA  
7:30 p.m.   Boys  Championship     TBA

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Arkansas football

Another honor for Shaq’Ke Robinson.  He was selected to play in the
Arkansas Activities Association statewide All-Star game in June.

note:
Arkansas did not play 8-man football this past fall. Shaq’Ke Robinson,
a senior, then joined the 11-man team at a nearby high school. As a
devastating force on defensive line, he was selected as DeafDigest
Sports 11-man Football Defensive Player of the Year

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Florida boys’ basketball

1/23 at River City Science Academy (Jacksonville):
Dragons 58
Halifax 62
Halftime score: FSDB 23-27 RCSA

It was a back n forth affair all night.  In the end RCSA made more plays
than we did.  The fans certainly got their money’s worth.  However, this
poor ol’ coach, probably needs to have his blood pressure checked.  This
is a team we beat by 17 the last
time we played.  For whatever reason, we just couldn’t find that extra
gear to pull away this time.

Next week is our last week of games and we’ve got 3 of them (2 are at home
after being away from Settles since 12/11/17).
Senior Night will be on 2/1 vs a very formidable Calvary Christian team. 
We will start the Senior night presentation at 5:30 and tip off at 6.

Season record: 11-8

Next games: 1/30 @ SJCDS (Orange Park). Tipoff at 7. V Girls play at 530.
1/31 HOME vs Duval Charter. Tipoff at 7:30. MS boys play at 6.
2/1 HOME SENIOR NIGHT vs Calvary Christian. Seniors presentation at 5:30,
Tipoff at 6.

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Model basketball

Model Secondary School for the Deaf Girls Varsity Basketball

Basketball

Date: Thursday, January 25, 2018 at 5:30 pm

Result: Win

Model Secondary School for the Deaf: 34

Field School: 24

Model Secondary School for the Deaf Boys Varsity Basketball

Basketball

Date: Thursday, January 25, 2018 at 4:00 pm

Result: Loss

Model Secondary School for the Deaf: 45

Field School: 47

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North Carolina boys’ basketball

Nebo Christian  58
NCSD                    46

First game since Jan 2.

Team record is 1-7

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Rochester boys’ basketball

1/23 vs. Union Springs. L (23-48)
1/25 vs. Rochester Rapids. L (27-46)

1/26 vs. Fanwood Tornadoes… L (36-60)

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Tennessee basketball

Girls
Cosby 59 Tennessee 15

Boys
Cosby 70 Tennessee 18

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Deaf Hockey

part of web posting

Hockey family with hearing impairment heading to Canadian Deaf Games

It’s what the Kyte family leaves behind in the locker room that sets them
apart — their hearing aids.

Members of the Ottawa family, four of whom attend university in Nova
Scotia, will be competing at the Canadian Deaf Games next month in
Winnipeg, one of five teams in the ice hockey event.

The family of hockey players, all hearing impaired, will play together
under their family name — Team Kyte. 

They don’t sign, they lip read and use their hearing aids.

But to prepare for the competition, the players have stopped wearing their
hearing aids, which they’re not allowed to use in the tournament in order
to level the playing field for players who are completely deaf.

 

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DeafDigest Sports – January 26, 2018

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Hot DeafSports News at:
http://deafdigestsports.com/

— basketball scores

— wrestling update

— Gallaudet indoor track against NCAA-I opponents

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Deaf Sports Collections update
— past NBA star coached at deaf school
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-sports-collections/

DeafSports picture of the day
http://deafdigest.com/deaf-fan-of-eagles/

Basketball won/lost records (as of 01/26/18)
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

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Gallaudet indoor track against NCAA-I opponents

Dates: Friday, January 26th and Saturday, January 27th
Location: Liberty Indoor Track Complex | Lynchburg, Va.

participating teams are:
Alderson Broaddus, Barton, Bryan, Christopher Newport, Coastal Carolina,
Columbia (S.C.), East Carolina, Elon, Gallaudet, Gardner-Webb, Hampton,
Hood, James Madison, Liberty, Limestone, Lipscomb, Louisburg, Lynchburg,
Methodist, Milligan, Mount Olive, North Carolina A&T, North Carolina
Central, North Greenville, Radford, Regent, Southern Wesleyan, St.
Andrews, Tusculum, UNC Pembroke, UNCW, VCU, Virginia, Virginia State,
Virginia Tech, Virginia Union, Virginia-Lynchburg, William & Mary,
Wingate, Winston-Salem State

it is a mix of NCAA-I, NCAA-II and NCAA-III programs

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American basketball

On Thursday 1/25 ASD traveled to Pennsylvania School for the Deaf.

Boys were playing shorthanded again without some of the varsity starters.
ASD managed to take off immediately, racing out to an 18-0 lead and led
31-11 at halftime. PSD came out of halftime with renewed focus and pushed
the Tigers into a battle in the second half. ASD was able to escape with a
55-44 victory. Robert M led all scorers with 13 points, Jarmal P added in
11 and Robbie L chipped in 9 points.

Record is now 10-4 on the season.

Girls played the second game. The team continues to battle illness and as
a result were required to forfeit the game. PSD graciously was willing to
play a scrimmage game. PSD was able to control the scrimmage from start to
finish with a 27-13 victory over the Tigers.

Record is now 6-8 on the season.

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Arkansas boys’ basketball

Arkansas School for the Deaf (ASD)5 vs Premier High School – January 25,
2018

 

Varsity Teams

ASD Boys Lost to Premier – 36 to 74

 

Records for the Varsity boys is won 3 Lost 14

 

This weekend Friday and Saturday, January 26th to 27th at Oklahoma School
for the Deaf (Homecoming) including ARK, Kansas, and Missouri.

 

 

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Delaware Basketball

DSD vs. West Nottingham Academy

DSD Girls 26   WNA 17
Record  6-5

DSD Boys  12  WNA JV  33
Record  0-11

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Florida girls’ basketball

This week, we played four games. We won 2 games and lost 2 games.
Actually, we have played 8 games in 7 days, and we couldn’t be prouder
of our Lady Dragons.

We returned home from Mason Dixon Tournament in Mississippi on Sunday.
Next day, we played against University Christian. University Christian
wiped us out. Our girls couldn’t really play the game. The final score
was 15 to 60. Our eighth grader, Olivia
Brown, led with 8 points while her younger sister, Oceana Brown, scored 4
points. Lourdine Jordonne scored only 3 points.

Next day, the Lady Dragons played at Halifax. We beat them last December.
We were improved by reducing their points from 18 to 12. Our girls did
their defense very well. We were able to make some great plays. The final
score was 53 to 12. Lourdine
Jordonne scored a career-high 25 points! Olivia Brown scored 11 points
while Oceana Brown led 8 points. Shylah Thomas had 2 points.

On Wednesday, the Lady Dragons played against St. John Day School (SJDS).
We supposed to play against them last December, but it was rescheduled to
last Wednesday. We called that game – Iron 7. It was only 7 girls who
could play. Plus, it was our seventh
game. We were 7 points down during our first few minutes in 1st quarter.
By the end of the first quarter, we led by 1 point. After the second
quarter, we tied! Girls were very exhausted, but they did not give up. We
were 5 points down when the third
quarter ended. We lost our stamina in fourth quarter.  We didn’t do a very
good job defensively. Lourdine Jordonne was fouled out with 2 minutes
left. The result was 37 to 50. However, everyone contributed to every
basket. LJ led with 12 points and
Olivia Brown added 9 points. Shanna Cooley, Ja’Myra Harris, Samantha
Suarez and Shylah Thomas scored 4 points each themselves. Destinee Germany
came in and out with a full passion.

Yesterday, River City Science Academy entered our Settles Gym, and they
were expected to wipe us out again. The final score from last December was
57 to 35. Our Lady Dragons proved them wrong. We did a fabulous job
defensively! We controlled the game
from start to finish on their way to a 33 to 22.  Olivia Brown led with 15
points. Lourdine Jordonne added 10 points and Ja’Myra Harris also added
8 points.

Because of 8 games our girls played, we couldn’t be prouder of them! We
will have our very last home game next Monday against First Coast
Christian. We will play at 6 PM.

Record 8 – 15

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Indiana girls’ basketball

from newspaper

TINDLEY 85, INDIANA DEAF 64

Tindley 19 24 27 15 — 85

Indiana Deaf 16 17 14 17 — 64

Indiana Deaf (11-11) — Anya Pothroski 9 0-0 19, Hannah Puent 5 2-6 15,
Skjaveland 5 1-2 11, Kate Lorzeno 3 3-4 10, Caitlyn Smith 3 1-4 7, Kalena
Bumbala 1 0-0 2

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Indiana boys’ basketball

Indiana Deaf    83
Fortune Academy 35

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Iowa Deaf Boys basketball

ISD 42  West Harrison 60

0-16

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 Kansas Girls Basketball

Kansas vs Midland

Kansas 20-17-12-0= 49
Midland 3-0-4-5= 12

Kansas vs Illinois

Kansas 7-7-15-7= 36
Illinois 13-6-6-10= 35

Kansas vs Iowa

Kansas 17-12-7-5= 41
Iowa       2-5-9-13=13

Kansas vs Missouri

Kansas 24-16-4-0=44
Missouri 2-4-10-2= 18

Kansas vs Alta Vista

Kansas    16-25-8-4=58
Alta Vista  4-4-7-9= 24

Kansas vs Hyman Brand

Kansas           3-17-2-6=28
Hyman Brand  11-10-8-9= 38

Record 11-4

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Kansas boys’ basketball

Hyman Brand 8-15-10-11=44

KSD 24-19-14-15=72

*KSD Jackrabbits*

Jayman Washington, Senior – 18 points, 13 rebounds, 6 assists

Raul Melgar, Senior – 25 points, 5 rebounds

Zander Symansky, Junior – 20 points, 4 assists, 1 steal

Tayte McCaskey, Junior – 6 points, 4 rebounds

*Team Total FG: *27-51
*Team Total 3FG: *5
*Team Total FT: *3-11

*Record:* 11-6

*Deaf: *4-4

*GPAC:* 7-2 (3rd Place In league)

Our next first game will be against Oklahoma Deaf on Saturday, January
25th
at Oklahoma at 7:00PM.

Our next second game will be against Missouri Deaf on Saturday, January
26th
at Oklahoma at 10:30AM.

Our next third game will be against Arkansas Deaf on Saturday, January
26th
at Oklahoma at 4:30PM.

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Kentucky girls’ basketball

Beth Haven 55, KSD 28

Record: 2-12

Next up: At home against Frankfort Christian Academy, 1/30/18, 7:30

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Maryland boys’ basketball

Open Bible Christian @ Maryland School for the Deaf

               1     2    3   4   =  Total
OBC -     3     9    2    8  =  22
MSD -   33   16  16  16  =  81

Halftime -  MSD led 49-12

MSD ORIOLES

Jaden Joseph -  9 points, 7 assists, 5 rebounds
Rory Lewis – 20 points, 7 rebounds, 3 assists
Esteban Kovacs – 4 points, 5 assists
Miguel Pavao – 7 points, 9 rebounds
Stefan Anderson – 6 points, 8 rebounds
Jason Werner – 10 points
Ethan Sheppeck – 19 points, 4 rebounds
Janos Giuranna – 6 points, 4 rebounds

Team Total FG:  28
Team Total 3FG:  12 (Lewis 5, Sheppeck 5, Kovacs, Pavao)
Team Total FT:  13-31

OPEN BIBLE EAGLES
Ryan Mattsau – 2 points
Dabid Linder – 6 points
Mike Burde – 2 points
Daniel Backling – 12 points

Team Total FG:  8
Team Total 3FG:  6 (Backling 4, Linder 2)
Team Total FT:  0-2

Record: 17-3

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Maryland girls’ basketball

Open Bible Christian School @ Maryland School for the Deaf

             1    2     3    4   =  Total
MSD -  18  14   20   11  =  63
OBCS -  3   0    4    13  =  20

MARYLAND ORIOLES

A. Glennon — 4 points, 1 rebound, 2 steals, 2 assists, 1 block
S. Herzig Wilcox — 4 points, 1 rebound, 4 steals, 3 assists
A. Patterson — 3 points, 6 rebounds, 2 steals
C. Perry — 22 points, 10 rebounds, 2 steals, 1 assist, 1 block
R. Guettler — 13 points, 6 rebounds, 4 steals, 6 assists, 1 block
H. Johnston-Shaw — 1 point, 4 rebounds, 1 steal, 1 assist
E. Beldon — 2 points, 7 steals, 4 assists
M. Luebehusen — 6 points, 6 rebounds,
E. Kovacs — 8 points, 6 rebounds, 2 steals

Team FG:  29
Team 3-FG:  0
Team FT:  5-13

OPEN BIBLE

T. Richardson — 3 points
J. Ferra — 17 points

Team FG:  2
Team 3-FG:  5 (Richardson 1, Ferra 4)
Team FT:  1-5

Record: 13-4

Junior forward Cassidy Perry became the 11th member of MSD’s girls
basketball program to join the 1,000-point club. She needed only two
points
to reach 1,000 career points and scored with a jump shot in the first 15
seconds of the game. Cassidy now has 1,020 career points.

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Maryland wrestling

Maryland School for the Deaf @ Covenant Life School on 01/25/2018.

Maryland School for the Deaf (MSD) 39 Covenant Life School (CLS) 28
MSD won 39-28

106: Peter Thang (MSD) won by forfeit.
113: Colton Bazalewski (MSD) won by forfeit.
120: Gabriel McClure-Mauras (CLS) won by forfeit.
132: Michael Williams (MSD)  won by forfeit.
138: Andrew Rosa (CLS) over Crosse Herpin (MSD) (MD 16-8)
145: Alexsander Raimundo (MSD) pinned over Javier Campbell (CLS) (Fall
1:47
)
152: Andrew Rosa (CLS) won by forfeit.
160: Ben Ezana (CLS) won by forfeit.
170: Eric Stancik (CLS) pinned over Calvin Johnson (MSD) (Fall 1:58)
182: Tylique Gross (MSD) won by forfeit.
195: Bryan Pineda (MSD) over Andrew Simmons (CLS) (Dec 8-7)
285: Brody McAfee (MSD) won by forfeit.

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Michigan girls’ basketball

Tonight game we played against team with well basketball program and well
shooting, St. Thomas More Academy, which we lost to them 6-56. They were
well know as three point team which our defense allowed them to have 3
three points shot made which second chance rebound hurt us more. Our
rebounds were better than last four games with 13 defense rebounds. Our
shot attempted still poor with 2-26 (2PM-A) and 0-12 (3PM-A). We also have
2-8 free throw. My team was lead with Haley Cooper, Senior, 4 points , 8
rebounds, and one steal. Violetta Colter, Junior, 2 points 4 steals and
one
rebound.

                1st 2nd 3rd 4th F
STMA.           16. 9.   24.  9.  56
MSD.            0.  2.   4    0.   6

Records: 0-4
Next game will be on next Tuesday, January 30, against Landmark at our
home
court.

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Mississippi girls’ basketball

Mississippi School f/t Deaf 51
Jackson Academy 41

MSD points
Nilah Orey 17 points
Raegan Hendrix 15 points
Alexis Roberts 12 points
Tamera Grant 4 points
Koreiona Guy 3 points

Record 15-1

Next Game 1/27 @ Indiana School f/t Deaf

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Pennsylvania boys’ basketball

On January 25, Thursday, ASD came our PSD home game. The first quarter,
PSD two boys key did not start until in 2nd quarter. Boys tried to find a
way to scores but struggling on the court. ASD Lead 31-11 in half time and
in 2nd half, Boys battled and found a way to get more scores but at the
end game, we lost 44-55. Nasir got 27 pts, 6 rebounds, 4 steals, 2 blocks
and Jacob got double double with 15 points, 14 rebounds.

Final score 44-55

Record 8-5

On 1/27, Home game against Lexington at 4:00 PM. Come support our Boys
Panthers.

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Pennsylania girls’ basketball

On January 25, American School for the Deaf came to PSD to play the Lady
Panthers. Even though ASD has to forfeit due a lack of players, the girls
were still able to outscore the Tigers 27-13. In the win, Mecca Scott was
the high scorer with 8 points. Kathylean scored her first points of the
season by contributing 3 points to the win! All of the girls were able to
play in the game and showed how well they can work together as a team.
Congratulate the girls for another win!!

Final score 27-13

Record: 11-1

Our next game is HOME on Saturday, January 27 against Lexington at 2:00
PM. Come support your Lady Panthers!

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Riverside boys’ basketball

CSD-Riverside vs. La Sierra Academy

CSDR = 18-14-8-16= 56
LSA    =  11-14-10-9= 44

Record: 11-6

Next Game: Jan 26 vs. Carnegie Schools-Riverside

Elijah scored 21 points with 20 Rebounds.

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South Carolina boys’ basketball

We lost to WS 77-69. Cordarrius Moore got 45 points
and KC Smith got 13 assists. At halftime they led
us 47-46. It was a good game

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St Marys’ boys basketball

The Bisons took on The Gow School team today and ran away with a victory. 
The Bisons led the entire game and provided the right mix of solid
defense, pressure, hustle and offense.  Nick Barrus lead all scorers with
16 points, 10 steals and 7 assists.  Christian Lawrence netted 14 points
and 12 rebounds.  Kassim Kassim had 10 points off of pure hustle.  Isa
Habeeb had 8 points.  “BIG” Mike Norris had 4 points and Givon Blackwell
and Dalton Planty each had 2 points.

Our record is 4 wins…1 loss.  Next game is Monday January 29th at
Central Baptist.

Game: St. Marys Deaf vs Gow JV 58:35

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Texas boys’ basketball

TSD                       9     11   14   24   58
Faith Academy             7     2    12    19   40

Current Record: 17-6
District: 3-2

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Texas girls’ basketball

Beat San Juan Diego (60-5)
Lost to Faith Academy (39-47)

Faith Academy is #5 in the state and #1 in our district.  Always a tough
road game playing at Marble Falls.  We will hopefully get another shot
against them in district playoffs.

Overall record: 22-6
District record: 2-2

Next week we have 3 more district games before we wrap up our regular
season and start  district playoffs.

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Western Pennsylvania boys’ basketball

Plants & Pillars

P&P 42 – WPSD 31 (OT)

C. DAmore – 10 points

Record 5 – 8

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Western Pennsylvania girls’ basketball

WPSD 19 – Plants and Pillars 24
Points
Olivia Larson – 10
Ryane Smalley – 4

5 Won 8 Lost

 

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DeafDigest Sports – January 25, 2018

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Hot DeafSports News at:
http://deafdigestsports.com/

 

 
— basketball scores

— Mason-Dixon girls honors

— wrestling updates

……………………………………………..

Deaf Sports Collections update
— past NCAA-I athletes at Gallaudet
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-sports-collections/

DeafSports picture of the day
http://deafdigest.com/one-of-gallaudet-starters/

Basketball won/lost records (as of 01/25/18)
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

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Mason-Dixon girls’ basketball honors

Mason Dixon Awards
Distinguished Service Award –Roger Tullos

4th place –Alabama School for the Deaf
3rd place  – Florida School for the Deaf
2nd – Tennessee School for the Deaf

1st – Mississippi School for the Deaf

The “Camilla A. Ramborger” traveling trophy Mississippi School for the
Deaf

Sportsmanship Award –Florida School for the Deaf

Sportsmanship Travel Trophy Florida School for the Deaf

_Free Throw Champion from Tennessee_- Sydney Renour_
3 point champion from Virginia Danyeal Davis

MVP – Ralph Vice president MS Gulf Coast Nilah Orey

 2018 All Tournament Team
Haliey Robinson  Tenn 
MarCreshia Phillips    Tenn 
Danyeal Davis    Virginia   
Silvia Lara Virginia   
Kate Scott  Louisiana  
Shaniya Guidry   Louisiana  
Nilah Orey  Mississippi
Raegan Hendrix   Mississippi
Alexis Roberts   Mississippi
Olivia Brown     Florida    
Lourdine Jordonne Florida    
Addison Smith    Alabama    
Zackeshia Jordon Alabama    
Jasmine Culpepper Alabama    
Chyna Johnson    Georgia (honorable mention)

Note: Georgia could not participate at the tournament

Out of respect, Chyna Johnson was selected as a honorable mention

She was an all-star past three seasons

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American basketball

ASD Boys Game – ASD sent a mix squad of varsity/jv players to RISD. Tigers
raced out to a 26-6 lead by halftime. Team used a variety of defensive
formats in the second half.  ASD won the game 51-13.

ASD Girls Game – Forfeit due to not enough players to start the game
(Flu). Girls played a scrimmage game against RISD. ASD lost by a score of
14-24.

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Arkansas basketball

Arkansas School for the Deaf (ASD) vs Southwest Christian Academy –
January 23, 2018

 

JR Varsity Team

ASD Girls Lost to SCA – 4 to 34

 

Varsity Teams

ASD Girls Lost to SCA – 28 to 46

 

ASD Boys Lost to SCA – 23 to 57

 

Next game will be Thursday,  January 25, 2018 against Premier High School
in Little Rock only Varsity Boys

 

This weekend Friday and Saturday, January 26th to 27th at Oklahoma School
for the Deaf (Homecoming) including ARK, Kansas, and Missouri.

JR varsity Girls Win 0 Lost 7

 

JR Varsity Boys Win 0 Lost 7

 

Varsity Girls Win 4 Lost 10

 

Varsity Boys Win 3 Lost 13

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Delaware Basketball

DSD vs Tome School

DSD Girls  21  Tome 39
Record 5-5

DSD Boys  17  Tome JV 37
Record 0-10

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Eastern North Carolina boys’ basketball

part of newspaper story

A disturbing trend continued for the Eastern North Carolina School for the
Deaf boys basketball team Tuesday night inside Barney Williamson Gym. The
Hornets, for the second straight game, endured a spate of poor play and
giveaways — both of which led to a 71-31 loss at the hands of North East
Carolina Prep

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Fremont girls’ basketball

California Crosspoint 13
CSD 72

CSD record now stands at 14-6 (5-1 Bay Counties League) on a 4 game
winning streak with 6 games remaining.

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Georgia basketball

vs Atlanta Area School for the Deaf

GSD VS AASD

1/23/18

GIRLS:
GSD – 32… JOHNSON – 10, CLAY – 7,DEPRINCE – 4,REYNOLDS – 4,BENNETT – 2, CASH – 2,SOILBERRY – 2,HALL – 1
AASD – 12
RECORD – 9-3-0

BOYS:
GSD – 53… BROWN – 43, ROYAL – 6, PANTOJA – 4
AASD – 76
RECORD – 1-11-0

NEXT GAME VS GAYLESVILLE HIGH 1/25/18

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Marie Philip boys’ basketball

CCA 49  MPS 44

It was a bittersweet loss for us but at the same time we were happy to see
our player, Dylan Christoffels had reached his 1000th points last night.
Dylan scored quickly all of his 8 points then one point left to go. He
made a good drive to the basket and got a foul. It send him to free throw.
He scored at first try. Finally the 1000th points reached, we stopped the
game for briefly with nice pictures along with parents and teammates.
After that we got back to work. We got back to even the game in halftime
with 26-26.  In second half, CCA scored quickly and lead all the way. We
tried to get back but no luck with our side. They took it a victory from
us.  Kacey Monahan had 24 points and 8 rebounds. Dylan had 15 points and 4
assists. Only three players scored on our team, that was not enough to
help our team to win this game.

Our next game at Waldorf of Mass Bay at 515pm tomorrow.

Our record now is 8-7, MBIL 2-4.

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Maryland wrestling

Maryland School for the Deaf (MSD) 54.00 vs. McLean School of Maryland
(MSOM) 6.00
MSD won 54-6

106: Peter Thang (MSD) won by forfeit.
113: Colton Bazalewski (MSD)  won by forfeit.
120: Double Forfeit
126: Double Forfeit
132: Crosse Herpin (MSD) won by forfeit.
138: Michael Williams (MSD) won by forfeit.
145: Kenny Bissainthe (MSD) won by forfeit.
152: Alexsander Raimundo (MSD) won by forfeit.
160: Calvin Johnson (MSD) pinned over Hunter Ruderman (MSOM) (Fall 1:37)
170: Joseph Schlager (MSOM) pinned over Tylique Gross (MSD) (Fall 0:26)
182: Double Forfeit
195: Bryan Pineda (MSD) pinned over Daniel Adum (MSOM) (Fall 3:25)
220: Double Forfeit
285: Brody McAfee (MSD) pinned over Peter Coccaro (MSOM) (Fall 1:20)

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Mississippi girls’ basketball

Varsity Girls Basketball

Mason Dixon Basketball at MSD

Mississippi School f/t Deaf 46
Alabama School f/t Deaf 11

MSD points
Nilah Orey 13 points  2 blk, 2 stl
Koreiona Guy 11 points
Alexis Roberts 6 points  12 Reb, 1 blk
Raegan Hendrix 6 points 5 Reb, 3 blk
Tamera Grant 3 points
Korea McCray 2 points
Guan Smith 2 points

Record 13-1

1/20/18

Mississippi School f/t Deaf 47
Tennessee School f/t Deaf 32

MSD points
Nilah Orey 20 points  2 Reb, 1 ast,2 stl
Alexis Roberts 14 points  7 Reb, 2 ast
Raegan Hendrix 6 points 4 Reb, 2stl
Koreiona Guy 5 points
Tamera Grant 2 points

       Mason Dixon 2018
Mississippi Girls Champion!!

Record 14-1
Next Game 1/25 Jackson Academy @ MSD

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Model wrestling

Model Secondary School for the Deaf Boys Varsity Wrestling

Wrestling

Date: Wednesday, January 24, 2018 at 4:00 pm

Result: Win

Model Secondary School for the Deaf: 42

St. Anselm’s Abbey School: 18

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Rhode Island basketball

RISD Boys Basketball

Our Roosters’ boys basketball team played host to American School for the
Deaf — our team started off slow and sluggish and didn’t score until
nearly halfway through the first half. ASD took advantage of this and
jumped out to a commanding lead – they would substitute and use most of
their bench players. ASD won the game by the final score of 51-13.

RISD Boys Basketball Record: 3-13
Next Game: Monday, January 29th vs. West Bay Christian Academy (5:15 P.M.)

RISD Girls Basketball

Unfortunately ASD did not bring enough eligible girls to play a regulation
game and thus forfeited the game. But we permitted them to use their
overage manager as the fifth player so that both teams could gain valuable
game experience from this scrimmage.

RISD and ASD kept the game close until halfway through the second half
when RISD holding a four-point lead, started to find our shooting touch.
Our Lady Roosters went on a 8-2 run, enabling us to pull away and win the
scrimmage 24-14.

ASD – 0 (Forfeit)
RISD – 2

RISD Girls Basketball Record: 3-10
Next Game: Monday, January 29th vs. West Bay Christian Academy (4:00 P.M.)

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Riverside boys’ basketball

CSD-Riverside vs. California Lutheran

CSDR = 17-10-12-14= 53
CL     =  15- 12- 9- 20= 56

Record: 10-6

Next Game: Jan 24 vs. @La. Sierra Academy

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Rochester girls’ basketball

The Wildcats start with only score 14 for the whole first 3 quarters. We
were losing 14-24 in end of third quarter. We were struggling with our
offense since we couldn’t make easy layups and break their defense. We
knew
that we couldn’t answer it for the whole 3 quarters. But again, RSD girls
Basketball team didn’t stop playing in 4th quarter. All of the sudden, The
WIldcats score 14-4 run in 4th quarter to bring us in overtime and won in
overtime.

Final score – 30-28 W

McKenna Girod – 10 points and 15 rebounds
Courtney Gentzke – 8 points and 7 rebounds

The Wildcats host the game against Eugenio team. RSD girls basketball team
learned so much from Eugenio team’s defense almost the whole game. My
assistant coach, Vicki Nordquist and I think it was a great game, even
though we lost the game 29-46. But again, these girls kept playing the
whole game and learned as much as they can from the game.

Courtney Gentzke – 13 points, 5 rebounds, and 5 assists
Julia Ott – 8 points and 3 rebounds

Final score- 29-46 L
Record: 9-3
Next game today vs Destiny at 4 pm

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South Carolina girls’ basketball

SCSDB- 8
Ware Shoals- 48

Season record 0-10

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Tennessee basketball

Girls
Hancock Co 57 Tennessee 28

4-9

Boys
Hancock Co 66 Tennessee 43

2-12

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Texas boys’ basketball

         1st  2nd  3rd 4th  Final
TSD   28   14   14   19     75
SJD    0      2    13   0       15

Current Record: 16-6
District: 2-2
 

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DeafDigest Sports – January 24, 2018

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Hot DeafSports News at:
http://deafdigestsports.com/

— Gallaudet updates

— basketball scores

— Mason-Dixon boys’ and girls’ scores

……………………………………………..

Deaf Sports Collections update
— a past sport that won two championships at Gallaudet
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-sports-collections/

DeafSports picture of the day
http://deafdigest.com/softball-player-courtney-thomas/

Basketball won/lost records (as of 01/24/18)
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

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Mason Dixon boys’ basketball Saturday scores

*Saturday, January 20*

*Semi-Final*
Alabama 67  Mississippi 52
Florida 46  Virginia 15

*5th place*
Louisiana 54  Tennessee 37

*3rd place*
Mississippi 40  Virginia 29

*Champs*
Florida 55  Alabama 46

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Mason Dixon girls’ basketball – all scores

1 – 9:00 am ASD   38    LSD   14    ASD
2 – 10:30 am     FSD   29    VSD   4     FSD
3 – 5:00 pm TSD   33    FSDB  30    TSD
4 – 6:30 pm MSD   46    ASD   11    MSD
5-9:30 am   VSD   8     ASD   33    ASD
6-10:30 am  LSD   16    FSDB  31    FSDB
7-6:00 pm   FSDB  38    AIDB  26    FSDB
8-7:00 pm   MSD   47    TSD   32    MSD

ASD is Alabama
LSD is Louisiana
FSDB is Florida
VSD is Virginia
TSD is Tennessee
MSD is Mississippi

note:
like with the boys’ tournament, only six schools showed up
because of inclement weather

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Gallaudet men’s basketball
Bison outscored in second half by Widener in loss

CHESTER, Pa. – The Gallaudet University men’s basketball team ventured out
of conference play Tuesday night to face Widener University and lost
81-57.

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Gallaudet men’s swimming

GU’s Benjamin Sealts earns fourth NEAC Men’s Swimmer of the Week award

GANSEVOORT, N.Y. – The North Eastern Athletic Conference (NEAC) announced
its conference student-athlete of the week awards for the week of Jan. 23
and Gallaudet University freshman Benjamin Sealts (Ottawa, Ohio) was
selected as the NEAC Men’s Swimmer of the Week for the fourth time this
season.

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Gallaudet women’s swimming

Gallaudet’s Jackie Perkins repeats as NEAC Women’s Swimmer of the Week

GANSEVOORT, N.Y. – The North Eastern Athletic Conference (NEAC) announced
its conference student-athlete of the week awards for the week of Jan. 23
and Gallaudet University sophomore Jackie Perkins (Hampton, Va.) was
selected as the NEAC Women’s Swimmer of the Week for the second straight
week.

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Gallaudet men’s basketball

GU’s Cruz earns second NEAC Men’s Basketball Student-Athlete of the Week
award

GANSEVOORT, N.Y. – The North Eastern Athletic Conference (NEAC) announced
its conference student-athlete of the week awards for the week of Jan. 22
and Gallaudet University’s senior Andy Cruz (Bronx, N.Y.) was selected as
the NEAC Men’s Basketball Student-Athlete of the Week for the second time
this season

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Florida boys’ basketball

Dragons 21
Halifax 57
Halftime score: FSDB 15 – 32 Halifax

After hanging in there 10-12 for the first quarter, we had no answer for
Halifax’s game.  Halifax played extremely well, and we were flat.  I’m
hoping we can attribute this game to the Mason Dixon hangover.  We have 4
games left this season to improve
our win total.

Season record: 11-7

Next game: 1/25 at River City Science Academy (Jax). Tip off at 7.  MS
Boys play at 5:30.

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Fremont girls’ basketball

Making Waves Academy – 15
CSD – 63

CSD is now 13-6 (4-1 Bay Counties League) on a 3-game winning streak.

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Indiana boys’ basketball

Indiana Deaf 51
Irvington       72

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Iowa Girls Basketball
Results from Missouri Homecoming Weekend

Missouri 32  Iowa 6
Kansas 41  Iowa 13
Illinois 46  Iowa 12
Record 0-15

Both games this week (1/22 & 1/25) cancelled due to not having enough
players.

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Lexington boys’ basketball

Lexington 33 – PSD 29

Lexington Leaders

Steve Salmon 12 Pts with 7 Steals

Jayden Orlang 10 Pts

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Marie Philip boys’ basketball

MPS 65 International School of Boston 28

MPS traveled to Cambridge to play on small court at ISB. Two years ago we
lost to them due to different size and was not able to compete with ISB’s
hot scorer. This time was different. We came and played better with mental
prepared. We got off with see saw battle with them until Dylan made a
trey. It started to fire on us. We had 8-0 run then led all the way. In
halftime, MPS were up by 14 points. Onto second half, we became more relax
and able to defend them well. Junior, Kacey Monahan had his best night
with 30 points, 14 rebounds and 4 blocks. While Senior Dylan Christoffels
added 20 points, 6 rebounds and 3 steals. Our bench players finally came
out with some good shot, defense and gained their confidence in the game.

Dylan C is only 9 points shy of his 1000th points. The last player that we
had with 1000th points, was Ashley Kingston in 2013. Since five years we
have not seen anyone to reach that plateau.

Our next home game is tomorrow at MPS vs. CCA at 4pm. Please come and
witness this special honor of Dylan’s career.

Our record now is 8-6, MIL 2-3

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Michigan girls’ basketball

We played against Merritt today and lost 6-65. We shot 5.7% (2-35) with
0-29 (2pt) and 2-6 (3pt). We also shot 0-4 free throw. My team was
overwhelmed with the opponent’s speed, athletic, and lots of veterans
players on their roster. My team was lead with Rina Manssora, Junior, 3
points and one steal and Violetta Colter, Junior, 3 points 1 offense
rebound and 3 steals. Next game will be this Thursday against St. Thomas
More Academy in our home court.

MSD.        0.   3.     0.    3
Merritt.    22. 12.   15.  16

Our current records are 0-4

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Model sports

Model Secondary School for the Deaf Boys Varsity Basketball

Basketball

Date: Tuesday, January 23, 2018 at 5:30 pm

Result: Loss

Model Secondary School for the Deaf: 24

Charles E Smith Jewish Day Sch: 42

Model Secondary School for the Deaf Boys Varsity Wrestling

Wrestling

Date: Tuesday, January 23, 2018 at 4:30 pm

Result: Loss

Model Secondary School for the Deaf: 12

Saint John Paul the Great Catholic HS: 66

Model Secondary School for the Deaf Girls Varsity Basketball

Basketball

Date: Tuesday, January 23, 2018 at 6:30 pm

Result: Loss

Model Secondary School for the Deaf: 37

Charles E Smith Jewish Day Sch: 45

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New Mexico boys’ basketball

V Boys
NMSD 56
ATC 34
By halftime, our Roadrunners were leading by 16 points. Our starters did
not do well in 3rd quarter and they were benched for a while. ATC grabbed
the opportunity and soon they were down by only 8 points. I let my first
five back in, finally they showed aggression and hustle. Junior Deven
Thompson scored 37 points and 21 rebounds while Senior Jonathan Garcia had
13 points.
Overall Record 10-4
District record 1-1

District game: Today,  1/23/18, Santa Fe Waldorf vs NMSD @ 6:30 pm @ NMSD

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Oregon boys’ basketball

newspaper scores
Oregon School for Deaf 62, Jewell 42

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Oregon girls’ basketball

newspaper scores
Jewell 38, Oregon School for Deaf 15

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Washington basketball

Lady Terriers 50 vs. Three Rivers Christian 20

WSD – 3-6-8-3

Record 3-7 (League 0-5)

Ashantay Truong  

Emma McKinney – 2    

Annie Kvamme

LeAnna Clearbrook – 6 

Jessane Rogers

Kelly Gutierrez – 10    

Ashley Balcazar  

Maya Schaut

Etasha Stone – 2

Jenifer Tudor  

Davine Lowe     

 

TRC – 18-14-8-10

 

Terriers 46 vs. Three Rivers Christian 46

WSD – 10-14-13-9

Record 0-10 (League 0-6)

Cristian Martinez-White – 5          

Ricardo Pineda

Taylor Payne – 19      

John Smart

Osvaldo Cruz 

Juan Ramirez – 4      

Ramon Varaja

Jose Ramirez – 18   

Yovany Barragan

Abraham Castro

 

TRC – 25-21-18-9

 

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Western Pennsylvania girls’ basketball

WPSD 22 – Trinity Christian 23

Points
Danielle Fisher – 12
Cheyenne Sloan – 4
Olivia Larson – 4

Records
5 Won – 7 losses

 

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DeafDigest Sports – January 23, 2018

barry@deafdigest.com; barry.strassler@gmail.com

Hot DeafSports News at:
http://deafdigestsports.com/

— basketball scores

– wrestling update

— Mason-Dixon boys’ tournament summary by Florida

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66th Annual Boys Mason Dixon Tournament hosted by Alabama School for the
Deaf in Talladega, AL. 1/19-20/2018.

This was an unique tournament.  Of the 11 member schools, only 6 could
participate.  The rest were snowed in or could not travel the icy roads
safely to get to Alabama.  The participating schools were #1 seeded
Mississippi, #2 Florida, #3 Alabama, #4 Virginia, #5 Tennessee, and #6 Louisiana.

With the number of teams we had, the standard bracket could not be used. 
Major props to the host school for making the necessary changes and
putting together an awesome tournament.  We decided to split the teams
into 2 pools and play a round robin format on Friday.  We were grouped with
Alabama and Louisiana.

We went undefeated in pool play, beating Louisiana 35-21 and then Alabama
51-43.  The next day, we created a 4 team bracket with the top 2 teams
from each pool advancing.  We faced Virginia first and emerged victorious
46-15.  Next up was a rematch with
Alabama after they upset Mississippi 67-52.  The championship game was a
thriller for the fans and we managed to pull away at the end to earn the
right to cut down the nets, 55-46.

This was sweet on so many levels, but the chief of them all must be the
fact that we have not beaten either Alabama nor Mississippi in 4 years
(0-7).  As anyone associated with this tournament can attest, it is quite
difficult to beat Alabama on their
home court.  And we did it twice.  The boys really played hard and they
deserved this win.

Individual Accomplishments:
Tournament MVP: Yahir Rodriguez
All-Tournament Team: Yahir Rodriguez, Quintin Galpine, Samy Vital, Wallace
Burrell
3-pt contest winner: Yahir Rodriguez

Game 1 vs Louisiana 1/19 8:45am
Dragons 35
LSD 21
Halftime score: FSDB 13 – 11 LSD
Points: Galpine 12, Douglas 6, Rodriguez 5, Merced 3, Newsome 3, Burrell
3, Vital 2, Lopez 1.

Game 2 vs Alabama 1/19 6:15pm
Dragons 51
ASD 43
Halftime score: FSDB 21 – 13 ASD
Points: Galpine 12, Vital 11, Burrell 10, Rodriquez 9, Newsome 4, Douglas
3, Merced 2

1st round vs Virginia 1/20 12:15pm
Dragons 46
VSD 15
Halftime score: FSDB 24 – 11 VSD
Points: Prinzler 11, Rodriquez 8, Newsome 6, Vital 5, Merced 4, Galpine 4,
Roberson 2, Douglas 2, Lopez 2, Burrell 2

Championship Game vs Alabama 1/20 8:00pm
Dragons 55
ASD 46
Halftime score: FSDB 21 – 21 ASD
Points: Rodriquez 26, Galpine 11, Merced 8, Vital 5, Douglas 5

Season record: 11-6

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Fremont wrestling

The Eagles grapplers had good experience last weekend at the Willigan
Wrestling Tournament hosted at Indiana School for the Deaf.  Since we
brought only seven wrestlers, we couldn’t win any team duals no matter how
good we fared.  However at the individual tournament during the second
day, Kal Carpenter finished second while George Quirie and Cruz Ascencio
finished third in their respective weight classes.  Congratulations to
everyone!  This week, we will continue with a string of home basketball
and cheerleading games along with a wrestling tournament this weekend. 
Good luck to everyone down the stretch!

Athlete of the Week – KAL CARPENTER.  Our hard working wrestler has
impressed the coaching staff so much for being coachable and willing to
improve.  This resulted in a great tournament for Kal where he came out in
second place at the individual tournament in his weight class.  His
attitude and work ethic is always a pleasure to have on the team.

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Fremont boys’ basketball

1/9/18- Fremont Christian                                           41-53
(L)

1/11/18- VS Texas School for the Deaf-                   42- 48 (L)

1/12/18- VS American School for the Deaf-           55- 33 (W)

1/13/18- VS MSSD                                                           
26- 41 (L)

1/16/18- VS Contra Costa Christian                           49-52 (L)

1/18/18- VS Fremont Christian                                   46-53 (L)

Overall Record- 5-11
League Record- 1-3

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Kansas boys’ basketball

*Illinois Deaf @ Missouri Deaf*

Illinois Deaf 11-6-10-14-10=51

KSD 9-17-12-7-7-4=49

*KSD Jackrabbits*

Jayman Washington, Senior – 12 points, 7 rebounds

Raul Melgar, Senior – 6 points, 2 assists

Zander Symansky, Junior  – 11 points

Tayte McCaskey, Junior – 12 points, 3 rebounds

*Team Total FG: *18-50
*Team Total 3FG: *1
*Team Total FT: *10-22

*Record:* 7-6

*Deaf: *2-4

*GPAC:* 5-2

*Game # 14*

*January 20, 2018*

*Iowa Deaf @ Missouri Deaf*

Iowa Deaf 8-10-5-0=23

KSD 20-17-20-11=68

*KSD Jackrabbits*

Jayman Washington, Senior – 18 points, 12 rebounds

Raul Melgar, Senior – 14 points, 2 assists

Zander Symansky, Junior  – 16 points, 5 steals

Tayte McCaskey, Junior – 4 points, 4 rebounds

*Team Total FG: *26-44
*Team Total 3FG: *4
*Team Total FT: *4-12

*Record:* 8-6

*Deaf: *3-4

*GPAC:* 5-2

*Game # 15*

*January 20, 2018*

*Missouri Deaf @ Missouri Deaf*

Missouri Deaf 13-12-8-12=45

KSD 18-26-19-15=78

*KSD Jackrabbits*

Jayman Washington, Senior – 28 points, 9 rebounds, 6 assists

Raul Melgar, Senior – 12 points, 2 assists

Zander Symansky, Junior – 16 points, 5 assists, 3 steals

Tayte McCaskey, Junior – 16 points, 4 rebounds

*Team Total FG: *26-44
*Team Total 3FG: *4
*Team Total FT: *4-12

*Record:* 9-6

*Deaf: *4-4

*GPAC:* 5-2

Our next game will be against Alta Vista on Wednesday, January 24th at
Alta
Vista at 6:00PM.

Our next second game will be against Hyman Brand on Thursday, January 25th
at Hyman Brand  at 6:00PM.

Our next third game will be against Oklahoma Deaf on Saturday, January
25th
at Oklahoma at 7:30PM.

Our next fourth game will be against Missouri Deaf on Saturday, January
26th
at Oklahoma at 10:00AM.

Our next fifth game will be against Arkansas Deaf on Saturday, January
26th
at Oklahoma at 4:30PM.

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Maryland boys’ basketball

Maryland School for the Deaf @ Catoctin High School

               1     2    3     4   =  Total
MSD -   10     7   13   11  =  41
CHS -   19   13   14   28  =  74

Halftime -  CHS led 32-17

MSD ORIOLES

Jaden Joseph -  6 points, 5 rebounds, 1 block
John Werner, Jr. – 4 points, 3 rebounds
Rory Lewis – 6 points, 3 rebounds
Eric Long – 4 points
Stefan Anderson – 12 points, 4 rebounds
Jason Werner – 7 points, 6 rebounds
Ethan Sheppeck – 2 points

Team Total FG:  14
Team Total 3FG:  2 (Anderson, Lewis)
Team Total FT:  11-21

CATOCTIN COUGARS

Galvin Palmer – 7 points
Bryant Palmer – 18 points
Nathan Rednowers – 5 points
Tristian Grimes – 4 points
Dylan Reid – 14 points
Connor Orndorff – 21 points
C. Michael – 5 points

Team Total FG:  26
Team Total 3FG:  7 (B. Palmer 3, Orndorff, G. Palmer, Rednowers, Reid)
Team Total FT:  15-20

Record: 16-3

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Missouri girls’ basketball

Missouri School for the Deaf       2     2      3      8  =  15
Wellsville                                           17   11    17   12 =
55

MSD Girls
Melissa Davis – 5 points, 5 rebounds
Delanzia Hayes- 4 points and 3 rebounds
Addiysn Tapella- 2 points and 10 rebounds

Record 1- 9

Wellsville girls
Allison Area -  19 points
Luck Schnitker -  11 points

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Model boys’ basketball

Model Secondary School for the Deaf Boys Varsity Basketball

Basketball

Date: Monday, January 22, 2018 at 5:00 pm

Result: Win

Model Secondary School for the Deaf: 62

Washington International School: 53

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Model girls’ basketball

Model Secondary School for the Deaf Girls Varsity Basketball

Basketball

Date: Monday, January 22, 2018 at 5:00 pm

Result: Loss

Model Secondary School for the Deaf: 14

Washington International School: 34

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New Jersey girls’ basketball

New Jersey Girls

January 18th

@NJSD  42

United Christian Academy 41

The Lady Colts picked up only their second win of the season with a nail
biter. The Lady Colts were down by one at half time and came out with a 14
point third quarter. UCA came storming back with a 16 point fourth but the
Lady Colts hung on for the one point win. De’Avian Watson had a game
high
20 points, 9 rebounds, 1 assist, 7 blocked shots and 4 steals. Naiajah
Wilson and Alexis Holland each chipped in 10 points. Naiajah also had 5
rebounds and 5 steals. Alexis lead the team with 12 steals.

Season Record: 2 – 5

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Pennsylvania girls’ basketball

The Lady Panthers had a busy weekend of traveling! On Friday January 19,
the team traveled to Delaware School for the Deaf hosted the Homecoming
and beat the Lady Blue Hawks 43-31. In the win, Yasmean Evans had 17
points, 11 rebounds, and 12 steals. Gia DiGiacomo contributed 14 points to
the win. All the girls worked hard and played together to help in our 9th
win this season.

On Saturday January 20, the Lady Panthers traveled to Lexington School for
the Deaf hosted the Homecoming. After 3 days of games, the girls were
playing with injuries and some were feeling under the weather. Even though
they weren’t feeling their best, they still managed to beat Lexington
39-23. Maysan had a double/double with 10 points and 11 rebounds. Mecca
contributed 7 points and 12 steals! It was a very competitive game and the
girls never gave up. The girls showed excellent teamwork in the second
half and pulled away in the 4th quarter. We are so proud of our girls and
hope you will congratulate them for such a great season so far!

Final score was 39-23

Our record is 10-1.

Our next game will be home against American School for the Deaf (ASD) on
January 25. We hope to see you all there!

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Pennsylvania boys’ basketball

On Friday 1/19, we traveled to DSD hosted the Homecoming, the boy were
ready to go on the court, they came out with a positive mind and great
team work . We won, Jacob had 14 points 4 steals while Nasir had 26 points
7 steals . Others that contribute was Kevin with 4 points ans Aquil with 3
points 8 rebounds 6 blocks. All the other boys played hard as well give
them warm welcome for doing a great job .

Score 50-18

Record 9-3

On Saturday 1/20 we traveled to Lexington NY hosted the Homecoming again,
the boys were ready for this challenge this was good game it went back and
forth. We lost but all the boys put hard work and never gave up. Nasir had
23 points while Jacob had 6 points 11 rebounds , Aquil had 5 rebounds . If
you see them tell great job keep up the hard work..

Score 29-33

Record 8-4

Our next two home games this week so come out and support the Panthers .
First game is this Thursday 1/25 against ASD. Then second is Saturday 1/27
against Lexington NY

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Phoenix basketball

We went down to Fort Thomas.

Girls lost 56-27.  Now 1-13.  Next up: WSBC at PDSD.

Boys lost 89-37.  Now 0-15.  Next up:  WSBC at PDSD.
 

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DeafDigest Sports – January 22, 2018

barry@deafdigest.com; barry.strassler@gmail.com

Hot DeafSports News at:
http://deafdigestsports.com/

— basketball scores

— wrestling update

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Deaf Sports Collections update
— Gallaudet football embarrassment
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-sports-collections/

DeafSports picture of the day

http://deafdigest.com/bringing-up-the-ball/


Basketball won/lost records (as of 01/22/18)
http://deafdigestsports.com/deaf-schools-won-lost-records/

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Lexington Girls Basketball

January 20, 2018

Game # 7

 Pennsylvania  School for the Deaf at Lexington

PSD – 7 – 6 -10 -16 = 39
LEX – 5 -  3 – 6  – 9  = 23

Halftime : PSD led 13 – 8

Gigi Zheng – 13 pts, 5 rebounds,
Heidy De La Rosa – 8 pts, 4 steals
May Tun – 2 pts, 6 rebounds, 3 assists, 3 steals, 3 blocks
Dorgianny Flores – 3 rebounds, 3 assists, 4 steals
Yenifer Garcia – 5 rebounds, 6 steals, 1 block

Record : 6 – 1

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Marie Philip girls’ basketball

Last Friday (1/19) game MPS traveled to Boston University
Academy (BUA).  We only had 6 player from 6th grade to 9th grade. First
half,  our girls learned to play together with two first time starters. It
was a little rusty at first but we did a very good job learning each
other. The score at halftime was BUA leading 14-13.  During the second
half BUA team went on a full court press against us.
We were overwhelmed at first but we learned to make adjustments. We
refused to give up and counter-moved with a half-court press. We were
getting closer however the time had ran out.  We lost the game with final
score, 29-35.  Coach Anderson and I were so proud how much desire and
determination our girls had in the game.

 Record 7-5

Next game – Tuesday, January 23 at International School of Boston – 515 pm
game time.

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Maryland wrestling

newspaper story

Maryland School for the Deaf came away with four champions at the Willigan
tournament, a national deaf tournament, at Indiana School for the Deaf.

The Orioles’ first-place winners were Colton Bazalewski (106 pounds),
Crosse Herpin (126), Alexsander Raimundo (145) and Bryan Pineda (195)

Tylique Groas (182) and Brody McAfee (220) each took second, while Maurice
Braxton (152) took third.

In the duals tournament, MSD placed fifth.

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Missouri basketball

Girls
Missouri School for the Deaf    7    6     6     1  = 20
Illinois School for the Deaf       14   15   11   4  = 44

MSD Girls
Delanzia Hayes – 15 points , 8 rebounds, and 2 steals
Sara Famer         – 3 points, 8 rebounds, and 3 steals

Record 1- 7

ISD
Trashauna Tate -  15 points
Kayla Claubourn-  19points

Boys
MSD   12      8    10     9  = 39
ISD      12    18    20   21  = 71

MSD
Dacota Pierson 17 points, 2 rebound , and 3 steals
Mikal Meriwether 13 points and 8 rebounds

Record 1 – 8

ISD
Jon Saner 13 points
Shannon 35 points

Girls
Kansas school for the Deaf       24   16    4    0  = 44
Missouri School for the Deaf     2      4   10   2  = 18

MSD girls
Delanzia Hayes – 12 points and 6 rebounds
Cristin Khol, Sara framer, and Melissa Davis – 2 points each
Addiysn Tapelle  – 8 rebounds

Record 1- 8

KSD girls
Madison Walch – 18 points
Kaylee Wells -  12  points

Boys
KSD      18    26   19   15  =  78
MSD    13    12    8    12  =   39

MSD
Dacota Pierson       20 points and 2 rebounds
Mikal Meriwether 15 points and 7 rebounds
Hezeki Smoot          10 points, 2 assists, and steal

Record 1- 9

KSD
Jayman Washington  28 points
Tayte McCaskey and  Symansky  – 16 points each

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Model sports

Model Secondary School for the Deaf Boys Varsity Basketball

Basketball

Date: Saturday, January 20, 2018 at 1:00 pm

Result: Loss

Model Secondary School for the Deaf: 28

Sandy Spring Friends School: 58

Model Secondary School for the Deaf Boys Varsity Wrestling

Wrestling

Date: Friday, January 19, 2018 at 5:00 pm

Result: Win

Model Secondary School for the Deaf: 54

California SD – Riverside: 24

Model Secondary School for the Deaf Boys Varsity Wrestling

Wrestling

Date: Friday, January 19, 2018 at 2:40 pm

Result: Win

Model Secondary School for the Deaf: 60

California SD – Fremont: 18

Model Secondary School for the Deaf Boys Varsity Wrestling

Wrestling

Date: Friday, January 19, 2018 at 1:00 pm

Result: Loss

Model Secondary School for the Deaf: 30

Indiana School for the Deaf: 48

Model Secondary School for the Deaf Boys Varsity Wrestling

Wrestling

Date: Friday, January 19, 2018 at 10:40 am

Result: Win

Model Secondary School for the Deaf: 54

Maryland School For The Deaf: 18

Model Secondary School for the Deaf Boys Varsity Wrestling

Wrestling

Date: Friday, January 19, 2018 at 9:00 am

Result: Win

Model Secondary School for the Deaf: 40

Texas School for the Deaf HS: 36

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Rhode Island basketball

RISD Boys Basketball Recap

On Saturday January 20th, the New York School for the Deaf-Fanwood came
into town for a Div 1 vs. Div 2 ESDAA match up. The game started with
great intensity on both sides but the inside game of NYSD proved to be too
much for the Roosters. The final score was 44 to 24. Timothy Jallah scored
9 points to go with his 7 rebounds and Jayden Elias chipped in with 8
points.

RISD Boys Basketball Record: 3-12
Next Game: Tuesday, January 23rd vs. American School for the Deaf (3:30
P.M.)

RISD Girls Basketball Recap

RISD Girls Basketball played host to New York School for the Deaf on a
Saturday day game — this would be a good test for our girls going up
against a team that was on a similar competitive level as us. Fanwood
started off strong, grabbing a 10-5 lead halfway through the first half
but our girls were able to keep the game close as the halftime score was
14-9 Fanwood.

In the second half, we were able to step up on defense and held Fanwood to
just four second-half points. We were even able to cut the lead to a
single possession toward the end of the game, but our girls struggled to
convert on their shot opportunities. NYSD girls won an exciting game by
the final score of 18-13.

NYSD – 14  4  – 18
RISD  -  9    4  – 13

RISD
Yasmin S. – 7 Points
Ellie L. – 2 Points
Olivia C. – 2 Points
Melissa E-G. – 2 Points

RISD Girls Basketball Record: 2-10
Next Game: Tuesday, January 23rd vs. American School for the Deaf (4:45
P.M.)

 

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